Ed Davey to offer £100m Green Deal energy efficiency boost

Jessica Shankleman
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Announcement due at Lib Dem conference where party is due to vote on plans to back expansion of Gatwick Airport and pledge to ban coal power plants from 2025

Energy and Climate Change Secretary is expected to pledge an additional £100m for homeowners seeking to boost energy efficiency during his conference party speech in Glasgow today. A spokesman for the...

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