According to a data analysed by the BBC two thirds of homes given EPC's fall below Grade C!
This means households falling under the C rating are paying much more for their energy whilst pumping more CO2 into the atmosphere than necessary!
According to the article dated 03/03/2020 Dr Tim Forman , a research academic from the University of Cambridge's Centre for Sustainable Development, said now only a national project of a scale not seen since World War Two, would be enough to help Great Britain meet its 2050 net zero carbon target.
"We need to throw everything we have at it [energy efficiency]," Dr Forman said.
"There's a desperate need to do something, not in 10-15 years, but now."
As reported by the BBC in March 2019, the UK Government have brought into law changes that will affect the building of new homes. In short, any new house built after 2025 will be done so without gas central heating to help tackle the climate change crisis.
While there are talks to bring this forward to the end of 2020, it has not yet been passed into Law.
Although this doesn't affect the installation of Gas Hobs and Ovens into homes at the moment, we believe it's only a matter of time before this too gets banned.
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