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'Historic' Green Deal could prompt interest in PV courses

The upcoming Green Deal may lead to further demand for PV courses, as it has been suggested that loans could be used for solar panel installation.

Climate change minister Greg Barker described to the Guardian how the government is "leaving the window open" to green power generators.

This could mean the popularity of solar panels is set to rise, which may prompt more tradesmen to sign up for PV courses so they are qualified to work on such devices.

Discussing the Green Deal loan system, Mr Barker explained to the publication that it will differ from conventional borrowing and will not count against people's credit rating.

He added: "This is a revolution that will ricochet around the world. This is the most ambitious energy-saving programme anywhere since the second world war."

This week, the government announced that an official Green Deal advice line will be set up and an independent body will be organised to assess the standards of work carried out under its terms.

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