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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Energy performance certificates "not enough"
عدد مرات القراءة 19482006-06-18

Green Party in England & Wales

Housing Minister Yvette Cooper's Energy Performance Certificates -  
to be part of the new Home Information Packs being introduced next 
June - are not enough by themselves

Keith Taylor, Green Party Principal Speaker commented: "Without the 
right frameworks in place to enable and encourage energy efficient 
homes  - such as sufficient grants for the installation of renewables 
and easily accessible advice on reducing energy consumption, these 
measures will not make much difference."

"Whilst we welcome any attempt to raise awareness of the devastating 
impact of climate change, and the role energy efficiency can play in 
alleviating this threat, tinkering round the edges is not enough. 
There must be a massive expansion of the Renewables Obligation 
requiring electricity companies to source more of their power from 
renwables, 25% by 2020. The Green Party would also introduce a Demand 
Reduction Obligation: extending the current Energy Efficiency 
Commitment to cover the commercial, industrial and public 
administration sectors. Only with a comprehensive approach to 
reducing energy demand and increasing energy efficiency, whilst 
investing in renewable sources, can we hope to alleviate climate 
catastrophe and attain energy supply security."






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