New €200m energy-saving scheme aims to cut red tape

A €200million project aims to encourage householders to save energy – after several expensive initiatives failed to persuade them to invest in home improvements.

Houses and small businesses have been identified as responsible for 25% of the CO2 emissions.

Ecology Minister Elisabeth Borne said four million smaller homes are badly insulated and waste money: they are too cold in winter or too hot in ...

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