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  1. TedM
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  2. Somecamel
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    I completed this yesterday but it seems to be aimed at the bigger companies to be honest
     
  3. SRE
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    I did it too - it's the worst survey I've ever completed. How did you understand half the questions Somecamel? I read some of them half a dozen times and still didn't know what they were asking!
     
  4. Somecamel
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    haha, I skipped a few :) I gave one price comparison- CBA to do anymore- Told them why in the comments section :)

    It's pretty obvious that the BPVA do not support Micro/SME's - They are there for the big boys
     
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  5. Earthstore
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    I think they were asking;
    Do you support the Government with the changes they made to the FIT?
    But it is written in some sort of code, form fillers beware!:nono:
     
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  6. SRE
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    I suggested cutting some of the red tape with MCS and REAL for the smaller installers. If we didn't have to spend so much time sorting out QMS we could make a decent living. Looks like there's going to be a Green Deal code of practice - wonder if we'll need to jump through those hoops too?

    With the price of Fit coming down I wonder if the Green Deal option of finance without the Fit will be interesting to some people who couldn't afford it before?
     
  7. moggy1968
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    I can't see it. It doesn't seem to offer the customer anything other than an altruistic glow as any savings get sucked up by the repayments.
    I also can't see how PV will possibly fit the requirements of 'The Golden Rule'
     
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