20 Mar 2019

eTech have today released an update to the deemed scores calculator with the following changes:


1. Incorporates latest deemed scores published by Ofgem on 8th March which included

    a.  Scores for the new partial CWI measure

    b.  LA Flex non-PRS F&G uplifts available for heating measures

    c.   Non mains gas uplifts added for gas boiler used as a proxy heating system

2. Allows optional application of the LA Flex non-PRS F&G uplift

3. Allows optional application of Innovation uplift

4. ECO value provided for all scores calculated


We’d also like to remind customers that our deemed scores calculator is now a subscription-based service accessible through Partner Portal. The subscription fees are based on volume usage with the following options available:


Monthly Subscription Rates:


Deemed Score Calculation Volume Fee (plus VAT at the applicable rate)
50 £    20.00
100 £    30.00
200 £    40.00
400 £    50.00
1000 £  100.00
2000 £  190.00



Only one subscription is required per company, not per registered user.

Pricing for volumes over the above options are available on request.

Usage of the deemed scores calculator will be chargeable at a company level as the above table illustrates, with the exception of existing active eTech customers, who will have entitlement to use this service free of charge.

New customers accessing Partner Portal for the first time, will be notified of any chargeable services, including the deemed scores calculator and directed to set up an account. Subscription fees will be collected by Direct Debit on a monthly basis in advance, with the first month to be paid upfront.


For the full terms and conditions please click here.


If you would like to take out a subscription to eTech’s deemed score calculator, please contact our client support services on 0333 123 4288 or email support@etech.net


Got any suggestions?


Are there any improvements you’d like to see to the Deemed Scores Calculator?

If so, please get in touch and let us know – email support@etech.net


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