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Industry puts pressure on Government to do more to prevent Fuel Poverty

A cross-industry letter has been sent to HM Treasury to put pressure on the Government to expand the support available for homes at risk of fuel poverty.   The call follows the lack of focus on energy efficiency within the Energy Security Strategy published in response to rising global energy prices and volatility in international […]

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New report sets out advice on designing an effective Home Upgrade Grant Scheme

The Sustainable Energy Association has published a report, commissioned by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, setting out advice for delivering a successful Home Upgrades Grant Scheme. The report outlines key points of advice provided by stakeholders through a series of workshops attended by local authorities, product innovators, industry associations, installers, energy suppliers […]

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Minimum Energy Performance of Buildings Bill to be introduced

The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) is calling for MPs, Lords and the Government to support the above-named Bill which will be vital for the achievement of net zero, to spur greater investment by industry and lower fuel bills for people. A Bill that will assist the Government in achieving its energy efficiency commitments set out […]

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Heating engineers have their say about the future of the industry

Significant changes are coming to the UK heating market that will affect thousands of installers and heating engineers. To tackle climate change, the UK has a legal commitment for carbon emissions to be net zero by 2050. This means that high carbon fossil fuels currently used to heat our buildings will need to be replaced […]

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How social housing can lead the way to net-zero

The Sustainable Energy Association has published a report to demonstrate how social housing can lead the way to net-zero. The ambitious target to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 requires substantial commitment and government action, however, the steps currently being taken are not enough. Transitions are required across all sectors as soon as possible […]

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