Businesses championing the UK Government’s Green Deal scheme can now take advantage of a new consumer guide produced by the National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies, which doubles as a great sales tool and bona fide reference when explaining to customers what the initiative involves, and how it will benefit them.
Endorsed by the Energy Saving Trust, “Creating an energy efficient and sustainable home” is an introductory guide for consumers looking to reduce energy wastage in their home, while understanding what help there might be through Government incentives and support schemes available to them. With straight-forward explanations and illustrations, installers can also use the publication to help their customers grasp the concept of energy efficiency measures and renewable technologies available, how they operate, and their suitability and location requirements. The guide also contains a foreword from the Minister of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Cathryn Hickey, executive director for the National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies, commented: This is an ideal publication for building services engineers involved with the Green Deal to carry with them at all times, so they can help their customers understand the options available to them.
Clear diagrams and easily digestible information have been included to make the pros of going green clear to the consumer, and engineers seeking more information about the scheme.
- why consumers should create an energy efficient home
- the correct approach to creating an energy efficient home and actions that can be taken to reduce energy demand and immediately improve energy efficiency
- the fundamental principles of a range of improvement measures
- some of the government incentives and/or consumer support scheme that exist.
To purchase a copy of ‘Creating an energy efficient and sustainable home’, priced at just £5.99, visit http://www.nsaet.org.uk/shop/consumer-guides
Also take a look at the Green Deal Training Courses on offer.