Gas crisis: Firms and charities demand government fast-track energy efficiency funding

Cecilia Keating
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Britain's homes are among the least well insulated in Europe | Credit: iStock
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Britain's homes are among the least well insulated in Europe | Credit: iStock

Government has so far only come forward with a fraction of £9.2bn energy efficiency funding it promised during current parliament, coalition points out

Ramping up investments in home insulation and other energy efficiency measures could slash domestic energy bills by at least £500 a year, significantly reducing the impact soaring gas prices are expected...

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