Leading economists claim energy efficiency could deliver 'shot in the arm' for Scottish economy

Madeleine Cuff
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Leading economists claim energy efficiency could deliver 'shot in the arm' for Scottish economy

Government investment in domestic energy efficiency could help tackle climate change and create 9,000 new jobs

Leading economists have this week called on the Scottish government to boost energy efficiency investment in Scotland, describing it as an effective way to deliver a "shot in the arm" to the nation's economy....

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