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Green Deal hots up for climate change

Green Deal hots up for climate change

UK government’s Green Deal initiative is hotting up this Autumn, tackling climate change by cutting emissions and meeting energy demands through funding and support. The aim is to make British properties  energy efficient green homes, enabling the UK reach its reduced emission targets set out in the Climate Change Act 2008 through incentives enabling Green […]

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Housing association calls for Government policy change

Housing association calls for Government policy change

By Dan Peters A HOUSING Association has called for “considerable changes” to the Government’s Green Deal to ensure it helps some of its poorest tenants. Riversmead Housing Association, which is based in Ware Road, Hertford, said it was concerned that current proposals due to come into effect in October would prohibit it and its tenants […]

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MP George Freeman hears supply chain fears on the Green Deal

MP George Freeman hears supply chain fears on the Green Deal

ATTLEBOROUGH: A merchant’s view of the Government’s Green Deal was the focus of a constituency visit toRidgeons in Attleborough by George Freeman MP. Mr Freeman went to the branch as the guest of managing director, Angela Rushforth. Welcoming him was branch manager, Mike Fields, who toured the 6-acre site with Mr Freeman to show him the […]

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Ease more cash into the Green New Deal

Ease more cash into the Green New Deal

With the global climate crisis growing ever more urgent, the sharp rise in the UK’s carbon emissions in 2010 is deeply worrying – and raises serious questions about the progress being made in our energy and climate change policy (Britain’s greenhouse gas emissions in shock 3.1% rise, 8 February). The rise in emissions from home heating is […]

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DECC drops ‘Green Deal’ solar FiT requirement, but raises spectre of further cuts

DECC drops ‘Green Deal’ solar FiT requirement, but raises spectre of further cuts

Green policy news – by Louise Bateman 9th February 2012 The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has dropped controversial plans to link eligibility for the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) for solar electricity with a requirement for properties to have Green Deal measures in place, but has today set out proposals that could see further […]

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Welcome to the News Blog

Welcome to the News Blog

This is where we will be posting all news to do with upcoming projects, advice on grants, and support on insulation products. Drop back here soon to see more.  

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