Green Deal campaign budget is preserved

With the first Green Deals becoming available on 28 January 2013, the Department of Energy & Climate Change has been exempted from the Government marketing freeze for a campaign that will build understanding and trust of the Green Deal. An initial £2.9 million is available to cover digital and traditional channels.

DECC is investing an initial £2.9 million up to April 2013 to promote the Green Deal, supported by the Energy Saving Advice Service, the new Green Deal advice pages (link below) and the Green Deal cashback scheme, which will be administered by Capita.

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