Infinity Pay as You Save

making your energy improvement easy to repay with a Green Deal Loan

Pay through your energy bills

Investing in an efficient boiler or improving your home heating with external wall insulation can be an expensive venture that not everyone can afford.

Green Deal financing makes it possible for homeowners and landlords to improve the energy performance of their homes or invest in renewable energy. Green Deal loans offer competitive interest rates, and the repayments are automatically added to your electricity bill, making it easy and convenient to repay.

How it works

On top of that, your bills will be reduced by the energy savings generated from the home improvements the loan has financed.
For an average UK household, the improvements should not cost you any more than what you are currently paying on your energy bill. Green Deal can offer funding for the installation of up to fourteen home improvement measures, including boilers and external wall insulation.

You have the option of putting all your loans into one, easier to manage, monthly repayment.
As a Green Deal Provider, Infinity Energy Organisation has made energy improvements a reality for many homes all throughout the UK.

For Landlords

With a Green Deal Plan, you can boost the value of your rental property. The improvements are a great return of investment, making the property more attractive for tenants and may increase the value of the property itself.

With the Green Deal finance there is a minimal financial outlay for you. Your tenants will repay the loan through their energy bills, and benefit from lower energy costs.

The loan stays with the property in case you are selling or renting for a new tenant. The new resident will take over the loan repayments when they move into the property. You just need to ensure that you’ve notified the new bill payer about it. If you continue to rent a house or a flat with a EPC rating below E after 1st April 2018, you could be fined up to £5000 for non-compliance with the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).

For Homeowners

Infinity Energy Organisation will arrange the assessment of your home and installation of the improvements. The loan stays with the property in case you move out (if you are selling or renting the property for example). The new resident will take over the loan repayments when they move in to the property. You just need to ensure that you’ve notified the new bill payer about it.

For Tenants

A Green Deal Plan can be a great solution to improve the home you’re currently renting and save money on the energy bills – even if you don’t own it.

A Green Deal Plan is an arrangement by your landlord to install home energy improvements to your property, and add the repayment to your electricity bill. The repayments are automatically added to your electricity bill, making it a very easy and convenient way to repay.

The loan stays with the property in case you move out. The new resident will take over the loan repayments when they move into the property. So you will only be responsible for the repayments whilst you are benefiting from the lower energy costs.

If you continue to rent a house or a flat with a EPC rating below E after 1st April 2018, your landlord could be fined up to £5000 for non-compliance with the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES). From April 2020, landlords will not be allowed to rent their property at all if the energy rating is F or G, even if there are tenants inside the property and in their contract.

Products you can pay as you save

Boiler Installation

Finding the most energy efficient boiler that most effectively suits your home and your lifestyle can be overwhelming.

Wall Insulation

Millions of households in the UK suffer from exorbitant energy bills due to their wall structure.

Solar Panels

If you are looking for a true sustainable and energy efficient home, solar panels are the best investment you can make.

Electric Storage Heaters

Coming soon

Are you a homeowner, tenant or landlord?

We have flexible finance & grants to make your home energy improvement a reality