Homes should be given discounted energy-saving products and services

Homes should be given discounted energy-saving products and services to compensate for carbon dioxide growth in their area, according to the Sustainable Development Commission. It claims that the government is in danger of neglecting existing homes in a rush to build houses and suggests that it should provide discounted A-rated white goods and insulation to householders in new-build areas.

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