Ofgem tells suppliers to step up household carbon savings

Will Nichols
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Energy companies have cut 197 million tonnes of CO2 emissions, but must reach government target of 293 million by December 2012

Ofgem has warned energy suppliers to pick up the pace of improving the energy efficiency of customers' homes or risk missing government-set targets. A report this week by the regulator showed that suppliers...

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