08 Jul '13, 7am

Interesting news from UKGBC

The report - Retrofit Incentives: Boosting the take-up of energy efficiency measures in domestic properties - finds that introducing incentives such as reduced Council Tax payments or Stamp Duty for more efficient properties has the potential to significantly increase demand for retrofit, create economic growth, as well as rapidly reduce emissions from buildings. The report follows the publication of last month’s Government statistics which revealed early take-up of the Coalition’s flagship energy efficiency policy the Green Deal has been much lower than anticipated – with just 245 consumers agreeing a Green Deal Plan. Paul King, Chief Executive of the UK Green Building Council, said: “This sends a powerful message to Government that there are viable policy options available to boost demand for the Green Deal and help tackle the UK’s energy efficiency crisis. The research ...

Full article: http://www.ukgbc.org/press-centre/press-releases/energy-e...

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