Green Deal Finance Company (TGDFC) and its stakeholders agree on £244m funding package
The Green Deal Finance Company (TGDFC) and its stakeholders have just decided on a £244m funding package, meaning that the companies wishing to access finance from the TGDFC can now start selling Green Deal plans immediately.
According to a recent news report, the package includes a £69m total investment from 16 companies and other stakeholders, a £50m capital facility from the Department of Energy and Climate Change and a senior debt facility of £125m from the UK Green Investment Bank.
Additionally, TGDFC has also confirmed that users will pay an initial interest rate of 6.96 per cent annually, along with a set-up charge of £63 and an annual operating charge of £20.
Mark Bayley, chief executive at TGDFC, said: “We can now offer Green Deal providers a one-stop shop to set up, finance and administer Green Deal plans. This package will provide very long-term and low-cost funding to enable householders across all parts of the country to finance energy efficiency improvements to their homes.”
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