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Fast-track £5.8bn of energy efficiency and clean heat funding, says think-tank
A new report from the think-tank Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), warns that the Government is “critically undermining” its own sustainability pledges by delaying financial support for clean heat and energy efficiency.
The report also warns the Government is failing to get on track to deliver its commitment to £9.2bn of energy efficiency spending this Parliament and claims only £6.6bn has been allocated to date.
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