enactenergy look to form Green Deal network

Enact Energy is looking for installers and assessors from across the UK to joins its Green Deal Partnership service. is designed to provide a range of benefits to installers including help and support in becoming an accredited Green Deal installer or gaining registration to the Green Deal Advisor Service (GDAS). Enact is also offering to provide leads direct through nationwide marketing campaigns it will run.

Enact are one of 22 ‘pioneer’ Green Deal Providers which have been approved to become accredited ahead the scheme’s launch in October. It is also a member of the Green Deal Finance Company which from early 2013 will be responsible for making funding available to homeowners for energy efficiency measures.

“The Green Deal will undoubtedly offer installers and assessors across the UK widespread opportunities to benefit – both in terms of work generation from new enquiries but also in terms of offering their existing customer base access to the benefits of the Green Deal with the potential to open up new markets and revenue streams,” said Enact Energy’s chairman and founder Adrian Wright.

“But it is and will be a complicated process so we have created our Green Deal Partnership to provide those in the trade with a comprehensive service designed to enable businesses and individuals to make the most of the Green Deal and the opportunities it will provide for years to come.

He added: “Our experience and Industry knowledge as well as being one of Britain’s first Green Deal Pioneers means we can enable those working in industries such as heating, insulation and double glazing who are able to meet our minimum standards criteria to get involved in the Green Deal with a range of support and business growth opportunities whilst helping cut through the red tape that always surrounds these type of initiatives.”