The Association for the Conservation of Energy says the total number of energy efficiency measures has fallen 60% in the past year.
Research commissioned by the Energy Bill Revolution campaign showed that the number of energy efficiency measures installed under national programmes fell 60% in the past year. This was a decrease from 1.65 million in 2012/13 to 661,000 in 2013/2014.
The study by the Association for the Conservation of Energy said energy efficiency measures were set to fall again by nearly a quarter (23%) this year, to 507, 000. These measures include solid wall, cavity wall, loft insulation and new boilers. This would see installation rates at their lowest for more than a decade according to the ACE.
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