Government energy efficiency reforms promise more help for fuel poor, but do they go far enough?

James Murray
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Government energy efficiency reforms promise more help for fuel poor, but do they go far enough?

New ECO criteria expected to help households struggling with energy bills, but critics warn overall spending on energy efficiency is still falling short of what is required

The government has today confirmed promised reforms to its flagship domestic energy efficiency grant scheme, rubber-stamping plans to ensure the energy-saving programme is better focused at fuel poor households...

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