General Election 2024

Delivering Energy Efficient Homes and Buildings for all

The Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group (EEIG) is calling on the next UK government to put in place powerful tax incentives, alongside expanded green finance, to nudge and empower over 20 million building owners to improve the energy efficiency of their homes, and to increase support and funding for more than 7 million households in fuel poverty or on lower incomes.

These policies should form part of a comprehensive 25-year national plan to transform and modernise the UK’s building stock, aspiring to help every type of household and building owner, in every part of the country, with an initial package of policy commitments made out to 2035.

The EEIG invites the government to commit to a ten-year package of policies which delivers seven important outcomes by 2035.

BY 2035 WE WILL PARTNER WITH GOVERNMENT TO:

  1. Deliver warm and comfortable homes for all
  2. Help make fuel poverty a thing of the past
  3. Unblock sector delivery
  4. Give consumers confidence in retrofit projects
  5. Leverage local delivery
  6. Enable experts to help catalyse action across the UK on building energy performance
  7. Lock in energy savings down the line

 

WHAT YOU CAN DO AS A PROSPECTIVE PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATE

We would be delighted if as a Prospective Parliamentary candidate, you could pledge your support as a
#WarmHomesChampion of "Tomorrow's Homes Today".

Please fill in your details below and we would be grateful if you X post with the hashtag:

#WarmHomesChampion 
#TomorrowsHomesToday

To show our appreciation we will X post our thanks. 

Good luck to all Prospective Parliamentary candidates.

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Our General Election 2024 Manifesto

Tomorrow's homes today

Delivering Energy Efficient Homes and Buildings for all

Following the General Election, the Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group (EEIG) is calling on the next UK government to put in place powerful tax incentives, alongside expanded green finance.

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