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  1. 1. more than just a green deal
  2. 2. Why Green Deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  3. 3. rising fuel costs fuel poverty existing building performance 2050: 85% buildings still in use Hang on ... “Haven't we been practicing sustainable construction and sustainable maintenance since the 1980's?”
  4. 4. “The purpose of the green deal, our starting point and our end point is to meet our carbon budgets and fulfill our legal and statutory obligations under the Climate Change Act 2008” DECC Website
  5. 5. more than just a green deal Uncertainties Funding (details) Assessments (who how what skills) Demand (no awareness push yet) Mixing with other initiatives Certainties Will happen Will affect the way we refurb (PAS 2030) Will change contractual relationships Need green skills martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  6. 6. STOP PRESS !!!! Green Deal Consultation issued today Download from here http://wp.me/p1gC6-vv
  7. 7. more …
  8. 8. more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  9. 9. more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  10. 10. It's work Jim, but not as we know it ... green work martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  11. 11. green deal process: consumer expresses an interest in refurbishment ‘triggers’ could the Green Deal start Green Deal process assessment recommends suitable recommended improvements improvements must meet the Golden Rule Green Deal Provider provides quotation including repayments plan repayments plan attached to that will be attached to the Utility Bill. the Utility Bill. Installers must be qualified, accredited and certified to Green Deal Provider arranges carry out installations, installation supported by appropriate warranties and guarantees energy suppliers responsible for collecting the Green Deal charge Green Deal is attached to the property Green Deal is passed onto future occupiers
  12. 12. ‘measures’
  13. 13. measures Green Deal covers:
  14. 14. more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  15. 15. "I found a delivery in the flaw" delivery martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  16. 16. Necessary Control Unnecessary Burden PAS 2030 martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  17. 17. PAS 2030 ISO 9001 ISO 14001 PAS 2030 System System System Quality Plan Enviro Plan Install Plan more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  18. 18. Green Deal Delivery: Green Skills Multi Skilling Competent Persons Green Procurement Green Management Green Leadership the great construction re-skilling Rob Hobkins, Transition Handbook 2007 martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  19. 19. Green Deal Delivery: Traditional  Collaborative Working  Consortia  Partnerships  martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  20. 20. more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  21. 21. more than just a green deal business green to the core martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  22. 22. ability to look at all aspects of construction through the sustainability lens: Green Leadership Strategy Zero Impact CSR Training + Dev Procurement Buildings + Resources ZERO : Waste : Carbon : Quality martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  23. 23. martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  24. 24. more than just a green deal martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  25. 25. High viz ... visibility martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  26. 26. Greendeal2.0 Website Blogs Social Media … High viz ... Communications Market intelligence Image Webinars PR visibility Seminars Leadership Learning Staff Sessions Sharing Lessons Learnt Good news Tool Box Talks Newsletters martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  27. 27. Could Green Deal put more toxic materials into homes and buildings?
  28. 28. more than just a green deal Example of using Facebook to spread renewables / greendeal message from YouGen http://www.facebook.com/YouGenUK martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  29. 29. more than just a green deal Fairsnape Support: Green Deal Awareness Bidding PAS 2030 Green improvements Visibility PR + Social Media Recognition martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  30. 30. Lancashire Green Deal Club martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  31. 31. martin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  32. 32. Green Deal Terminology • Improver –household, business or community that carries out energy saving measures through the Green Deal. • Provider –organisation funding the Green Deal. They could be utility supplier or commercial companies, charities or social landlords. • Accredited Advisor – person who recommends energy saving measures that could be carried out on an improver’s property. The advisor would document the energy saving measures on an Energy Performance Certificate which he would pass on to the Green Deal Provider and Improver.
  33. 33. Green Deal Terminology • Accredited Installer – Approved contractor who carries out measures recommended by accredited advisor. The Green Deal Provider could be the Accredited Installer or contract this work out. Whoever the Accredited Installer is the contractual agreement is always between the Improver and the Green Deal Provider. • The Green Deal Plan – The Provider offers the Improver a Green Deal Plan. This includes arranging an accredited advisor and installer. Also the financial and contractual agreement between the Green Deal Provider and Improver • The Golden Rule – The financial savings derived from the Green Deal energy saving measures must be equal to or more than the cost of implementing the energy saving measures and the repayments must not be longer than the expected life span of the measure.

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