It has been reported that the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund is set to reopen in November 2014. Extra funding of £100 million has been made available by Government to encourage members of the public to install energy saving measures in their homes.

This has come about following the rapid uptake of the first round of funding, made available in 2014. Announced by Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey at the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow, this news comes just 10 weeks after the first GDHIF was closed in July due to popular demand.

The GDHIF was originally launched in June. It provided property owners and tenants with a range of cash back incentives when installing eligible energy saving measures. These measures included boiler upgrades, cavity wall insulation and loft insulation.

Although no official reopening date has been issued, is anticipating a large amount of interest in the scheme, which operates on a first come first served basis. We will bring you all the latest news, including details of terms and conditions, rates and included measures as it is announced.


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