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Making homes more energy efficient should become a national priority, new research shows

Making the UK’s homes more energy efficient should be a national infrastructure priority for Government, recent research has been able to show.

New independent research published by Frontier Economics builds on analysis which shows deploying infrastructure funds to support an energy efficiency programme could create up to 108,000 new jobs and boost Britain’s energy security.

The report shows that major jobs, economic and energy security benefits would be created as a result of an ambitious energy efficiency infrastructure programme. Such a scheme could reduce gas imports by 26%, strengthening Britain’s energy security and also deliver a net increase in employment of up to 108,000 jobs.

Over 50 leading businesses and energy leaders, representing over 100,000 employees, including Kingfisher, Knauf Insulation, Co-operative Energy, the Energy Saving Trust, Keepmoat, Willmott Dixon and Worcester Bosch have written today to the Chancellor, calling on Government to deploy infrastructure budgets to create a new energy efficiency national infrastructure programme.

Sarah Deasley, Director at Frontier Economics, said: “The Government has identified productivity as one of the key economic challenges of our time. Our analysis shows an energy efficiency programme can boost UK productivity and has comparable economic benefits to other major infrastructure projects, providing excellent value for money. There is a strong case for energy efficiency to be made an infrastructure investment priority.”

Optimizing energy consumption across any household is something every home owner should consider in order to drive down their energy bills, and this is specifically where HeatingSave could put its market-leading experience to very good use.

HeatingSave will easily help customers save in excess of 30% off their bills by running the heating system in an optimized manner, taking into account a variety of factors, such as internal and external temperatures, occupancy, time of the year, the particular characteristics of installed boilers, etc.

If you’d like to find out more details on all the features HeatingSave has in store, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to provide you with all the necessary information.

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