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Buildings energy efficiency as infrastructure

The UK’s current National Infrastructure Plan has a gaping hole at its heart: the most fundamental element of our infrastructure – the fabric of the homes we live in and the places we work – is missing. Energy efficiency in buildings should be made a top national infrastructure priority, because no other investment can achieve as much to cut costs for households and businesses, stimulate economic growth and create jobs in every constituency in the UK.

Energy Efficiency as Infrastructure latest

  • Our response to the National Infrastructure Commission's consultation on National Infrastructure Assessment By Joanne Wade

    In its plan to establish the National Infrastructure Commission, the government set out a responsibility for the Commission to analyse the UK’s long-term economic infrastructure needs, outline a strategic vision over a 30-year time horizon and set out recommendations for how identified needs should begin to be met, through the publication of a National Infrastructure Assessment once a parliament.

    We provide evidence to support our strongly-held view that energy efficiency should be included firmly within the Commission's remit as part of a whole energy system approach to meeting the UK’s demand for energy services in a cost-effective way whilst meeting our climate change targets.

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