Homes fit for the future

We have received the following from Derbyshire County Council:

Private homeowners across Derbyshire are being invited to take part in a public consultation to show what support they need to make their homes more energy efficient.

Together with the county's 8 district and borough councils, we have launched a consultation to find out what local homeowners think would help them to make home improvements needed to reduce their energy use.

Steps people can take to make their homes more energy efficient range in cost and scale and can include measures such as double or triple glazing, loft insulation, solar panels and switching from a gas boiler to an air or ground source heat pump.

Helping residents to make their homes more energy efficient is a key priority as part of our Climate Change Strategy as between 20% and 25% of carbon emissions in Derbyshire come from housing.

We're committed to helping Derbyshire become a net zero county by 2050 in line with government targets.

Click on "More Information" to go to the survey.

Posted: Tue, 10 Jan 2023 16:19 by John Rowe

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