The house of commons has put pen to paper in defining the Green Deal Golden Rule. It is not set ready for the launch later this year.
The house of commons has defined the golden rule:
“The estimated average savings should always equal or exceed the cost of the work (including labour, materials and finance). The repayments should not therefore be higher than the average energy bills, but in talking about an average, there is no guarantee that in every case, a households savings will cover the Green Deal payments.”
The Green Deal scheme should be attractive to everyone because there’s no initial upfront cost for installation. You will only pay for the improvements while your benefiting from the savings.