Energy inefficient buildings are costing British residents thousands of pounds a year. Latest statistics suggest the difference in utility bills could be as much as £1,894 between the best and worst performing homes. And as April’s price cap hike of £693 begins to be felt, it is clear more must be done.  Large-scale building retr

As of April, British residents could face energy bills of £1,971 a year, a potential increase of £693. Millions of working families will likely be thrown into fuel poverty, and the government’s support package of up to £350 per household offers cold comfort. But while attention is focused on the staggering 54% price cap rise, a […]