Uniting against fuel poverty

A united approach from industry and government is required to end fuel poverty in the UK, explained by Roger Webb, director of the Heating & Hotwater Industry Council. Fuel poverty is a stark reality, but it isn’t just about keeping

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DECC Central Heating Fund: Time to take advantage

Sally Davison, marketing and communications manager, explains why local authorities should seize the moment. Why the emphasis on urgency? Because the benefits of acting will legitimately help those most under threat from fuel poverty – an issue we cannot allow

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ADEY: DECC missing low cost energy efficiency wins

While the extended deadline for the government’s Green Deal voucher scheme is welcome news, it also highlights the need to encourage the adoption of other basic, low cost energy efficiency options to make UK homes warmer and greener, says Kelvin

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DECC extends Green Deal vouchers scheme

The Department of Energy and Climate Control (DECC) is extending vouchers from the first release of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) until March 31, 2015, allowing more time for millions of pounds worth of installations to be carried

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Britain now boasts over 650,000 solar PV installations of all shapes and sizes

Official Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) figures out show that solar electricity generation almost doubled over the course of last year, with almost 5GW of capacity at the end of 2014, up from 2.8GW at the end of

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