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The Sustainable Energy Association report published today outlines the remaining policy gaps and steps the Government must take to achieve net zero by 2050.
The SEA welcomes the monumental shift in the UK Government’s focus, with Net Zero placed firmly on the policy agenda. It is a major step in the right direction.
However, there are still numerous gaps that need to be addressed to help us realise this vision.
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has released a new report outlining the remaining policy gaps and makes recommendations for what the Government should do to address them.
It identifies four core areas of focus and makes several recommendations – highlighting what must be done to achieve the ambitious target of the UK becoming net zero by 2050 and delivering buildings fit for the future:
Jade Lewis, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy Association commented: “The SEA is committed to eliminating fuel poverty and ensuring all homes are energy efficient, net zero-carbon, warm and healthy. As the first major country to pass net zero emissions law, the UK government has a unique opportunity to demonstrate how a nation can do it correctly.
“We would welcome collaborating with the Government and key industry stakeholders to develop the next phase of policy and help deliver homes and buildings fit for future generations.”
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) is a membership organisation made up of manufacturers, energy suppliers, housing providers, installers, innovators, and other organisations with expertise on energy in buildings. In a world of finite resources, the SEA exists to help create living and working spaces fit for future generations.
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