Government launches £8.85m skills competition to build UK green home retrofit 'army'

Stuart Stone
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Government claims funding could help train as many as 8,000 installers and insulators to help make homes more energy efficient

The government has said it is aiming to train up an "army" of 8,000 green homes retrofit and energy efficiency experts through an £8.85m funding competition for skills providers and accreditation schemes...

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