The New Green Deal

The New Green Deal

Will the new incarnation of the Green Deal fare any better than its predecessor? Richard Wald, barrister at 39 Essex Chambers, examines the issue and questions whether the new initiative will breathe new life into the scheme.

Greenstone Finance and Aurium Capital Markets has announced its acquisition of the business and assets of the Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC), as well as its existing loan book, with a principal value in excess of £40m. The acquisition is being supported by Honeycomb Investment Trust.

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What events led up to this transaction?

The Green Deal was launched by the government in 2013 to provide consumers with access to finance aimed at making their homes more energy efficient. The scheme effectively enabled customers to borrow money for energy efficiency improvements and then repay the loans using t

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