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Victoria Kruger
Stuart Oakes
Richard Lupo
Suss Housing
Tom Bragg
Cambridge Carbon Footprint
Zaki Mostufa
Martyn Reed
Elmhurst Energy
Rona Mitchell
Rob Cartwright
CoreLogic Limited
Toby Putnam
Sean Stevenson
Westville Limited
Luke Osborne
ECA (Engineering services trade body)
Tim Deathridge
Sto Ltd
Hazel Turner
INCA - Insulated Render & Cladding Association
Stephen Keeton
Vaillant Group U.K. Ltd
Andy Hebblethwaite
Home Energy Advice
Grant Peisley
Datblygiadau Egni Gwledig (DEG)
Tony Woods
Marie Clark
Adam Gaggini
Orbit Group
Maria Kelly
Home's in Sedgemoor
Guy Pulham
UK & Ireland Fuel Distributors Assocaition
John Hubbard
Energy Alton
Barnaby Duff
Catherine Garrido
Quidos Accreditation Scheme
Andy Hooper
LG Electronics
Richard Howells
Parex Ltd
KT Tan
Viridian Solar
Iain Garner
Gloucestershire Community Energy Co-op
Shirley Sainsbury
The Property Energy Professionals Association (PEPA)
Órla Whelan
Saint-Gobain Insulation UK
Michelle Wang
Tony Gordon
BPD Ltd. Showersave
Andy Bradley
Robin Nicholson
The Edge
Noeleen Keane
Lesley Willis
Brian Andreas
Alex Lever
Snug Solutions Ltd.
Andreea Raus
Bean Beanland
Heat Pump Federation
Jonathan Murton
Murton & Co
Henry Mills
Peter Mortimer
Showersave Waste Water Heat Recovery
Alex Fairfull
InstallersUK Ltd
Laurent Verheyden
Robin Nicholson
The Edge
Andrew Parkin
Stroma Certification Ltd
Andrew Chalk
British Blind and Shutter Association
Mr Peter John Bywater
Ridgewater Energy Limited
Paul Hutchens
Eco2 Solar Limited
Alex Fairfull
InstallersUK Ltd
Helen Greig
Building Better
Rosalind Kent
Steven Griffiths
Anna Paruch
Recticel Insulation
Paul Simpson
Recticel Insulation
Keith Ritchie
Titon Holdings Plc
Neil Cox
Accent Housing Ltd
Paul Simpson
Recticel Insulation
Iain Bevan
Daikin UK
Max Halliwell
Mitsubishi Electric
Charlotte Lee
Jonathan Ducker
Kingspan Insulation
Laura Blaj
Samantha Crichton
Justin Bowley
Ergo Creative
Neil Livesey
Ergo Creative
David Jones
Ergo Creative


Why is the bill so important?

Reducing energy use in our homes is a key step in the fight against climate change whilst creating healthy, warm and affordable homes to live in – something that is not possible for those living in fuel poverty or cold and damp homes today. More than 12 million homes fall behind EPC Band C, meaning occupants are spending more on their energy bills and we are emitting more carbon than is necessary. This represents two thirds of UK homes. The Domestic Premises (Minimum Energy Performance) Bill would help to turn this around.

What will the bill mean?

The Bill will compel the Government to develop a more detailed plan of action to bring all fuel-poor homes to EPC Band C by 2030, and all those not classified as fuel poor by 2035; it will also require the Minister to maximise the adoption of existing, new and innovative technologies and to consider how best they can be utilised to realise the Bills aims.

This clear plan will encourage innovation, provide certainty to industry, investors and homeowners and encourage the uptake of sustainable, low carbon, energy efficient solutions.

See Ron’s recent blog 

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