Could Green Deal 2.0 succeed where the government failed?

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Kilian Pender, Greenstone Finance

Greenstone Finance boss reveals plan for revived energy efficiency pay-as-you-save scheme

The conventional wisdom following the 2015 collapse of the government's high profile Green Deal energy efficiency financing scheme was that the pay-as-you-save program had become a complete basket case....

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