Climate Committee urges government to tie boiler upgrades to Green Deal

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Lord Turner says 11.5 million more households would fit better insulation if compelled to do so during other renovations

An extra 11.5 million households would benefit from better insulation by the end of the decade if plans to fit energy efficient measures when changing their boilers or making other home improvements are...

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