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A green deal provider has secured a £120 million contract to provide solar panels to social housing clients across England and Wales.
The changes to the ‘fuel poverty definition and target’ should be stopped if the government isn’t prepared to commit to end fuel poverty, a report by the Environmental Audit Committee has recommended.
Green campaign groups have hit out at ‘perverse’ government plans to slash the amount of green measures energy companies must pay for in an attempt to offset rising fuel bills.
If David Cameron lets energy companies off the hook in the lead up to the election, it will be tenants missing out on hundreds of pounds of savings, writes Nick Duxbury
The government needs to involve housing associations much more if its sustainability programmes are to have a meaningful effect, says Pippa Read
For Jess McCabe, the Sustainable Housing Awards had numerous moments which showed action is happening and can change people’s lives
Should the big six energy companies be given more time to meet their targets under the energy company obligation? John Barnham and Andrew Waren debate