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A VEHICLE TO DELIVER GREEN DEAL - Brad Hook, USEA. Big Green Deal event, 16th September 2011, Aylesbury.

A VEHICLE TO DELIVER GREEN DEAL - Brad Hook, USEA. Big Green Deal event, 16th September 2011, Aylesbury.

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    A VEHICLE TO DELIVER GREEN DEAL - Brad Hook, USEA A VEHICLE TO DELIVER GREEN DEAL - Brad Hook, USEA Presentation Transcript

    • A VEHICLE TO DELIVER GREEN DEAL16 SEP 2011
    • Our Vision
      To create a Green Deal scheme which brings together all the key partners to offer the best value, choice and quality for customers.
    • Aims
      To create a structure fit for purpose for delivering the Green Deal.
      To create something transparent and credible that our residents and businesses can trust.
      To bring together the best consumer advice, high quality installation service, competitive financing and additional funding.
    • Key Components of our model
      Governance – we want stakeholders to be part of the model.
      Finance – to make the best use of funding streams.
      Supply Chain - to create a high quality supply chain.
      Consumers - give consumers choice.
    • What Exists Now?
      Broad range of partners on the landscape.
      Finance - ‘Carbon Reduction Funds’ and Supplier Funding.
      Supply Chain - choice and quality management.
      Customers – choice and confidence.
    • The CIC
      Established as a model to address the lack of suitable vehicle for non charitable social enterprises.
      CICs are asset locked and must pursue the community interest and report to the CIC Regulator.
      .
    • Green Deal CIC
      FULFILLED BY STAFF EMPLOYED OR SECONDED TO THE CIC
    • BUILDING THE BUSINESS MODEL
    • Financing Mix
    • Work so Far
      Established an inaugural ‘Core’ group comprising;
    • What will we offer?
      Customer interface
      Assessments
      Customer choice
      Finance
      Quality Control on measures
      .
    • How will it become sustainable?
      Referral Fees on measures installed
      Commission on financing
      Management fees for supplier funding
      .
    • The Core Group
      Undertaking specific areas of research
      Provide a balanced panel of views and experiences
      Act as ambassadors of the Green Deal
      ‘Shadowing’ activities ahead of legislation.
      .
    • Next Steps
      Refine the business model
      Meet with Government
      Keep learning
      Develop Core Group membership
      .