HECA saved

21 June 2011: The government had announced that as part of their ‘one in – one out’ policy on regulations, the introduction of the Energy Bill, currently going through Parliament, would result in the abolition in the Home Energy Conservation Act (HECA) 2005. Baroness Maddock – HECA’s original’s proposer – announced today (at the Microgeneration UK conference) that she had received notification from DECC that the Government had changed its mind and would now withdraw their plans to remove HECA off the statute books. ¬†Further information on the future of HECA ¬†and the Government’s proposals to link it to the Green Deal offering is provided in today’s Energy Bill Committee debate (see column 365 onwards).

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