UKGBC responds to BEIS Call for Evidence – Green Deal Framework
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today responded to The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's (BEIS) Call for Evidence – Green Deal Framework.
Jenny Holland, Public Affairs & Policy Specialist at UKGBC said:
“UKGBC is a strong advocate of a pay-as-you-save mechanism to help drive take-up of energy efficiency measures by householders. But the implementation of the Green Deal was beset by a number of problems that severely limited its success. We therefore welcome this Call for Evidence, and are responding in the hope that the Green Deal can now be simplified and changed to become an attractive offer to consumers and help to support the Government’s priorities as set out in the Clean Growth Strategy.”
You can download UKGBC’s response here.
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