The UK can achieve net zero by the middle of the century for just £14 billion more a year by leaning on domestic renewable energy.
The latest Green Homes Grant statistics to come from the government show that less than a sixth of the initial projected 600,000 homes will receive vouchers.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has warned that "actions speak louder than words" following the early closure of the Green Homes Grant.
Green Alliance’s latest net zero policy tracker shows the UK “risks complacency” as it finds emissions will be nearly 40% higher in 2030 than needed to hit decarbonisation targets.
The number of green jobs in the UK has fallen by as many as 30,000 since 2014, according to new research from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
The Green Homes Grant voucher scheme is to close early on 31 March following repeated delays and administrative issues.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has lent its weight to calls for the Green Homes Grant to be rolled over beyond the end of March 2021.
There have been 5,804 installations of green technology to date under the Green Homes Grant, with 906 of these being low carbon heating.
Heat Pump Federation calls for "consistency of policy" amidst reports of early Green Homes Grant closure
The Heat Pump Federation is urging for “consistency of policy” as the impact on installers is highlighted.