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Energy UK responds to the Government’s £6 billion energy efficiency funding allocation

Responding to the Government’s £6 billion energy efficiency funding allocation, Energy UK’s Deputy Director of Policy, Charles Wood, stated:
“After the sudden significant uplift in applications to the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) and wider energy efficiency programmes following the Prime Minister’s decision to increase the grant level for the BUS, this welcome increase in funding will enable more households to take on these measures. These announcements will not only give additional certainty to consumers and the market, but will directly support delivery of the Government’s targets for addressing fuel poverty and delivering national energy security.
“Government is right to apply funding to the wide range of energy efficiency schemes and heating measures, enabling consumers to choose how and when they decarbonise their usage, and giving more consumers the ability to reduce their energy usage while international energy costs remain high. It is also vital that the Future Homes Standard be put in place at pace, avoiding a long implementation period that would result in more inefficient homes being built in coming years.”