The UK government’s new Clean Growth Strategy gives quite a lot of priority to energy efficiency. That’s good news, write Jan Rosenow and Richard Cowart of the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP). What’s needed next is to develop the policies that actually deliver the goods. This can be done by following the principle of Efficiency First. The Clean Growth Strategy, launched by the UK government on October 12, is pretty ambitious when it comes to energy efficiency. Especially for buildings, the targets set out are laudable (all homes as far as possible should reach Energy Performance Certificate band C by 2035 and all fuel poor homes by 2030).
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