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Open letter to George Osborne on Zero Carbon policy – Thanks for your support

July 27, 2015

Dear all, Thank you for your support in signing the open letter to the Chancellor George Osborne urging him to reconsider the decision to scrap the zero carbon new buildings policy. I can now confirm that the letter has been sent to the Chancellor and » Read More

Leading Environmental Building Organisation Slams Government Zero Carbon Homes U-turn

July 22, 2015

The AECB, the Association for Environment Conscious Building, has added its voice to widespread criticism within the construction sector following the government’s announcement on Friday 10 July that it is scrapping the 2016 Zero Carbon Homes target – despite the subsequent ‘clarification’ by the UK » Read More

Don’t Let Davey’s Work be in Vain – Article by Andrew Warren

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July 22, 2015

July/August 2015 This column appeared in the July/August 2015 issue of Energy in Buildings & Industry. Andrew Warren examines how one of the proudest new initiatives of 2010/15 Ministers in the Department of Energy and Climate Change was deliberately scrapped by perennially hostile civil servants, » Read More

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