Having highlighted the potential benefits of energy-efficiency programmes, the Treasury now needs to deliver, argues John Alker of the Green Building Council
Chances are you're sitting down, which is for the best, because I'm about to do something outrageous for a green policy blog: actually praise the current government. Not only that, but praise the Treasury....
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