Government to spend £1.5bn on UK home efficiency upgrades ahead of winter

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Government to spend £1.5bn on UK home efficiency upgrades ahead of winter

Around 130,000 low-income households could see bills slashed as homes receive energy efficiency upgrades through the government's Help to Heat funding

The government has announced that it is spending as much as £1.5bn to help around 130,000 social housing and low-income properties in the UK upgrade their properties with a range of energy efficiency measures...

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