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Value for money following the end of Green Deal

28 July 2015

Value for money following the end of Green Deal

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The government has announced it is to cease funding for the Green Deal, spelling the end for its flagship energy household efficiency programme.

The scheme offers cashbacks and incentives on such things as double-glazing, insulation and boilers.

The Department for Energy and Climate Change said it took the decision to protect taxpayers, citing low take-up and concerns about industry standards.

Labour said ministers' approach to energy efficiency had been a "failure".

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (Decc) said it would work with the building industry and consumer groups to agree a new "value-for-money approach".

Future schemes needed to provide better value for money, and support the goal of insulating one million more homes and the government's commitment to tackle fuel poverty, it said.

The announcement comes a day after the government said it would be consulting onwhether to end subsidies for many new solar farms.

'Value for money'

Announcing an end to future funding of the Green Deal Finance Company, which delivers the scheme, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd said: "We are on the side of hardworking families and businesses - which is why we cannot continue to fund the Green Deal.

"It's now time for the building industry and consumer groups to work with us to make new policy and build a system that works.

"Together we can achieve this government's ambition to make homes warmer and drive down bills for one million more homes by 2020 - and to do so at the best value for money for taxpayers."

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