Alok Sharma urges businesses to sign up for £2bn Green Home Grant scheme

Cecilia Keating
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Alok Sharma inspects insulation on a visit to Wokingham business InstaGroup
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Alok Sharma inspects insulation on a visit to Wokingham business InstaGroup

Builders, plumbers, and other tradespeople advised to become TrustMark accredited so they can 'crack on' and offer grant-funded services under the government's new energy efficiency scheme

Business Secretary Alok Sharma has called on tradespeople across England to take steps to ensure they are eligible to provide green home improvements under the Green Home Grants scheme, which is set to...

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