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Green Deal replacement scheme pushed to 2017

A replacement scheme for the able-to-pay domestic energy efficiency sector is to be delayed until 2017 with only a set of principles to be outlined by the end of the current calendar year, according to the parliamentary under secretary of state for climate change.

LENDERS mortgage initiative to promote household efficiency agenda
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LENDERS mortgage initiative to promote household efficiency agenda

Cuts to green policies have threatened to significantly dent the uptake of energy efficiency measures in the home, however a new initiative launched by mortgage provider Nationwide could not only promote the efficiency agenda, but add tangible value to clean technologies for potential homeowners. David Pratt looks into the scheme and what it could achieve.

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Lord Barker and Ed Davey admit to Green Deal failures

Ex-energy secretary Ed Davey and former energy minister Lord Barker have admitted to failures in the formation of the Green Deal, but stressed there is still a place for a pay as you save efficiency scheme in the UK.