Helping low income families use energy better and more cheaply

The government has announced £1.8 billion to boost energy efficiency and cut emissions from more than 115,000 homes and public buildings across England, saving households money on their energy bills whilst also growing our economy. 

  • We know this is a difficult time for families, which is why the government is covering around half a typical household’s energy bill this winter, but more can be done to bring down bills in the long term. 
  • That is why the government has announced we are investing £1.8 billion to upgrade more than 115,000 homes across England to improve their energy efficiency and save residents up to £400 on their bills. We have also awarded £409 million to reduce the carbon emissions of public sector buildings across England
  • This scheme will help deliver on the Conservative promise to grow the economy and create better paid jobs, whilst supporting families across the country with the cost-of-living.

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