DECC touts transformational impact of Green Deal for business

James S Murray
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Climate minister predicts Green Deal scheme will establish UK as 'petri dish' for energy efficiency innovation

The government is predicting growing numbers of Green Deal providers will offer services to business as well as domestic customers when the scheme launches later this month. DECC officials have revealed...

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