New Green Deal Network Launches

24th June, 2012

A new not-for-profit organisation, the Energy Efficiency Partnership for Buildings (EEBP), has been launched, replacing the Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes, to create the UK's largest network of potential Green Deal providers, financiers, product and service suppliers.

It intends to become a hub of expertise to represent industry’s views on the practical implementation of Green Deal, ECO and wider energy efficiency opportunities in the UK, and has received the backing of a significant group of founding members, including npower, Strutt & Parker, Centrica, Kingfisher, Enact and Knauf Insulation.
It brings together more than 1,300 individuals from 760 organisations in voluntary cooperation across all parts of the energy efficiency supply chain. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Energy Foundation (NEF), which provides education and training, technical services, behavioural programs and community work to promote the uptake of energy efficiency measures and sustainable energy technologies.

The NEF is an independent educational charity based in Milton Keynes, and one of the longest established bodies of energy efficiency expertise in the UK. The EEPB has already been asked by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to continue facilitating and coordinating the four Green Deal advisory forums. Dr David Strong, chairman of the EEPB, said: “The creation of the EEPB comes at a very significant time. Organisations across all parts of industry, all parts of the product and delivery sectors, and all parts of the private and public sector are seeking to collaborate and find answers to how we make the most of the new energy efficiency policies coming through from government.”

For more information visit: www.eepb.org.ukGreen Deal Network Launches

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