Green Deal Arrangements Agreement (GDAA)

Electricity supply licensees who are supplying, together with their affiliates, at least 250,000 customers are required to accede to the Green Deal Arrangements Agreement (GDAA). Other supply licence holders may voluntarily accede if they wish to participate in the Green Deal.

The GDAA is an agreement between electricity suppliers, finance parties and green deal providers. It sets out the governance for payment, collection and remittance of Green Deal charges.

If you wish to discuss becoming a party to this code, information is available at the Green Deal Oversight and Registration Body.

GDAA modifications

Our decisions on proposed changes to this code are included below.

Publications and updates

  • Published: 28th Jan 2014
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
CP 0053 seeks to amend the GDAA in order that the GDAA budget will be prepared for the period 15 June 2014 to 31 December 2014 and, thereafter, each calendar year. CP 0038 seeks to amend four typographical errors identified within the GDAA.  

  • Published: 26th Jun 2013
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
This proposal sought to allow interested persons, as defined in the GDAA, to be able to raise operational issues