About this event
The new Green Homes Grant will give over 600,000 homeowners in England up to £10,000 to install insulation, heat pumps, draft proofing and more to help households cut energy bills.
100% of tradespeople taking part in the scheme must be registered with Trustmark, the only government-endorsed quality scheme for improvement works in and around a home. In addition, projects delivered through the Green Homes Grant must also be lodged with Trustmark to release the funding that pays the installer.
Installers must comply with PAS 2030 standard which takes a ‘whole of dwelling’ approach to the design and delivery of energy efficiency measures in buildings. As the standard has both a 2017 and updated 2019 version, installers should know how to meet minimum requirements to access the grant.
This session outlines how to become Trustmark approved and the audit, lodgement and release of funding vouchers for each project. It also covers how to comply with PAS 2030 and trading standards relevant to the scheme.
As a supplier of these energy efficiency technologies:
10:00: Welcome- Amy House Green Technologies and Service Sector Lead, GC Business Growth Hub
10:05: Trustmark: What do installers need to know?
10:25: A short overview of Trading Standards
10:30: How to comply with PAS 2030: 2017
Information about the Green Homes Grant can be found here.
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