Only one house has Green Deal measures installed

Only 132 homes have signed up to the Government’s Green Deal scheme and one has finally gone “live” eight months since it was officially launched. New statistics from DECC reveal 419 Green Deal plans were in the system for individual properties at the end of July, however only 132 out of those moved to pending, […]

Government must avoid Australian deaths with Green Deal

The Government’s Green Deal must not “see a repeat” of the deaths in Australia following its green insulation project, a UK MP said. Luciana Berger, Shadow Minister for Climate Change made the remarks at a conference yesterday about the safety and skills needed for the Green Deal. She referred to Australia’s ‘Green Loans Program’ in […]

Labour fight cuts to solar subsidy

Labour leader, Ed Milliband, has tabled a motion against the Government’s proposed cuts to solar subsidies from the Feed in Tariff for projects above 50KW. Labour believe the modification was submitted without proper consideration of the 80% of respondents in the consultation process who disagreed with the proposed Tariff bands. Signed by Ed Miliband, Meg […]