Energy-saving attitudes unchanged by green deal and price rises


The attitude of British billpayers to saving energy remains unchanged by the roll-out of the government’s flagship energy efficiency scheme despite widespread concern over rising bills, according to the government’s own opinion poll, writes the Guardian.

It found that 28% of people were giving a lot of thought to saving energy in their home, the same as in September 2012.

The poll revealed that 84% of people are concerned about steep rises in energy prices in the future and that almost half the population is worried about paying their bills.

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