The DECC issued a Call for Evidence on 16 March 2011, to inform a review of the costs and benefits associated with a wide range of energy efficiency measures as part of the Green Deal.
The Green Deal is a financing mechanism which allows consumers (and, it is envisaged, some businesses) to pay for measures through savings on their energy bills.
You may like to see my previous posts on the Green Deal.
Managed by the EEPH, the Call for Evidence will gather information about measures, including what they cost to install and how they perform. It covers a range of measures, from insulation and heating technologies to lighting and Microgeneration – looking at costs and performance individually and when combined with other measures.
There’s not a lot of time to respond. “Stakeholders” (ergh!) have been asked to submit their evidence by 4 April 2011.