Households can now take a 'home energy MOT', but are the UK's efficiency efforts stalling?

James Murray
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Households can now take a 'home energy MOT', but are the UK's efficiency efforts stalling?

Government debuts new online service designed to offer tailored, impartial advice on how to save energy, but launch comes amidst reports plans to boost efficiency funding have stalled

British households can from today undertake a 'home energy MOT', which aims to provide them with advice on how that could save hundreds of pounds a year on their energy bills ahead of this autumn's anticipated...

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