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FMB presentation to LCBPC Preparing for Green deal

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  • 'Transforming Our Existing Housing‘ research was carried out in 2008 by Oxford University on behalf of the FMB
  • Contractual relationships: Consumer and the GDP GDP and the certificated installer NOT Consumer and the certificated installer
  • PAS 2030 is designed to be used outside of the Green Deal
  • All requirements relate to the installer as an entity, not individual personnel Surveyor competence – not full design survey competence, only sufficient competence to be able to undertake pre-installation checks to confirm that it is appropriate for the work to go ahead. Design is the responsibility of the GDP Competences to be based upon National Occupational Standards Currency of competency – 12 monthly internal check requirement to ensure that the PAS 2030 competence requirements are met (to be confirmed by the UKAS accredited certification body during routine monitoring visits. Competence ration – the ratio between the competence person and number of less competent persons that the competent person is responsible for. Routes – qualifications, accepted training, membership of a CPS, assessment against the PAS 2030 competence requirements All routes require initial and ongoing workplace inspection of work in progress/completed. The operative level competence requirements are being aligned to the competence requirements for CPS and MCS.

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  • 1. Is the Green Deal a good deal for SMEs?   23 November 2011
  • 2. Introduction
    • The Climate Change Act 2008 sets a legally binding target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the UK by at least 80% from 1990 levels by 2050
    • Buildings contribute approximately 40% of the UK's total emissions
    • The coalition government's aspiration is to be the 'greenest government'
    • 85% of our existing buildings will still be standing in 2050
    • The FMB research document 'Transforming Our Existing Housing' revealed that the retrofit market  is worth at least £3.5 billion every year
  • 3. Green Deal Background
    • A new Government initiative arising from the Energy Act 2011 to enable consumers to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and businesses at no upfront costs
    • The Green Deal, is at the heart of the government's carbon reduction strategy and has been described by ministers as the biggest home improvement programme since the second world war
    • Due to commence in October 2012
  • 4. Green Deal Overview
    • Costs will be paid back through the consumer’s electricity bill
    • The repayment agreement will be tied to the property not the person
    • The Golden Rule must be met
    • A Green Deal Code is in development and all parties must operate in accordance with the Code.
  • 5. The Golden Rule
    • For the Golden Rule to be met the expected saving from the improvement measure must be equal to or greater than the cost of the measure
  • 6. Green Deal Measures Building fabric measures
    • Cavity wall insulation
    • Loft insulation
    • Flat roof insulation
    • Internal wall insulation
    • External wall insulation
    • Hybrid wall insulation
    • Draught proofing
    • Floor insulation
    • Heating system insulation (cylinder, pipes)
    • Energy efficient glazing and doors
  • 7. Green Deal Measures Heating, ventilation and air conditioning measures
    • Condensing boilers
    • Heating controls
    • Under-floor heating
    • Heat recovery systems
    • Flue gas recovery devices
    • Gas-fired Warm air Heating
    • Electric Storage Heaters
    Lighting measures
    • Lighting fittings
    • Lighting controls (non-domestic)
    Microgeneration measures
    • Ground and air source heat pumps
    • Solar thermal
    • Solar PV
    • Biomass boilers
    • Micro-CHP
    • Micro-wind
  • 8. How will the Green Deal operate?
  • 9. The Green Deal Provider Green Deal Provider Accredited Adviser Consumer Energy Supplier Certificated Installer Green Deal Oversight Body
  • 10. The Green Deal Installer Green Deal Installer Green Deal Provider Accredited Green Deal Installer Certification Body Consumer Direct Labour Sub-Contract Labour Green Deal Oversight Body
  • 11. PAS 2030
    • Clause 4 - Installation process
    • Clause 5 - Process management
    • Clause 6 - Service provision
    • Clause 7 - Claims of conformity
    • Annex A to Z - Measure specific requirements including competence requirements
  • 12. PAS 2030 Competence
    • PAS 2030 has requirements relating to:
    • surveyor competence
    • operative competence
    • currency of competency
    • competence ratio
    • PAS 2030 gives routes to demonstrating competence
    • PAS 2030 and compatibility with competence requirements for Building Regulations CPS and the MCS
  • 13. Suggested Green Deal Business Models
    • Source:
  • 14. The FMB Building Regulations Competent Person Scheme and the Green Deal
    • The FMB Building Regulations CPS application is in development with a target for the scheme to be authorised by end of April 2012
    • Initially focussing upon insulation, glazing and roofing types of work
    • A longer term aim to extend the scope of the scheme to other types of building work
    • The FMB is also considering an application to UKAS for accreditation to operate a Green Deal Installer Certification service
  • 15. Is the Green Deal a good deal for SMEs? 
    • Your questions please
    • Discussion