Davey promises revamp for Green Deal and ECO

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Long-awaited consultation on changes to the Energy Company Obligation published, as Davey promises more streamlined Green Deal

Ed Davey has revealed plans to improve the government's flagship domestic energy efficiency schemes, in moves designed to "build one of the least wasteful, most energy efficient, most climate friendly...

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