Tempo, an insulation, heating and renewables installer with regional offices in North Wales, Manchester, Cornwall and South Yorkshire has announced that it has achieved Green Deal Assessor Organisation certification.
As a result of the achievement, Tempo will be working closely with select Green Deal Advisors to enable them to undertake Green Deal Assessment services. Tempo’s function as a Green Deal Assessor Organisation is to undertake management and monitoring to ensure the high quality and compliant delivery of the Green Deal.
Tempo have demonstrated that they have a robust and credible quality management systems in place which cover policies and procedures which include but are not limited to Green Deal Advisor Controls: documents, record keeping and information management, internal auditing. How to interact with customers, including how to manage any customer complaints and claims of conformity.
Green Deal assessment is the first step for consumers upon entering into a Green Deal plan. A Green Deal Assessor Organisation is the Green Deal Certified organisation under which individual Green Deal Advisor’s work. As a Green Deal Assessor Tempo are fully approved to visit Green Deal customers to undertake an assessment on their properties and make recommendations for energy saving improvements. Tempo will make recommendations for measures that could improve the energy efficiency of your building and have the technical knowledge, practical competence and skills to provide you with the advice you need in order to make informed decisions for the future efficiencies of your homes.
The Green Deal is the Government’s ﬂagship energy policy, which intends to reduce carbon emissions cost-effectively. This will be achieved through a Green Deal finance mechanism, which eliminates the need for home owners to pay upfront for energy-efﬁciency measures, instead providing reassurance that the improvements are covered by the savings on their energy bills.
The UK needs to become more energy-efficient to reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change. The Green Deal policy, under the Energy Act 2011, aims to retroﬁt 14 million homes by 2020, and to cut CO2 emissions by 29% in housing and 13% in workplaces. (Source: DECC).
All households are entitled to an energy-efficiency assessment, known as a Green Deal Advice Report (GDAR), carried out by a qualiﬁed Green Deal Advisor (GDA). Following the report, customers may be given recommendations of energy-efficiency improvements that they could acquire at no up-front cost.
Only certiﬁed Green Deal Installers (GDI) such as Tempo carrying the Green Deal Quality Mark will be allowed to install the measures. This guarantees that the improvements are installed to the highest quality-assured standards; thereby ensuring the energy-efficiency measures deliver genuine carbon and energy savings.
If you are interested in finding out more call our team free on 0800 152 2011 to arrange a Green Deal Assessment Report.Back to blog
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