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The Domestic & General Insulation news page will aim to provide you with the most up-to-date news in the industry, in addition to information about the company and other interesting items.

Fuel Poverty Falls in Ireland Thanks to Better Insulation
Posted on 16th November 2012 by Domestic & General Insulation

The number of households in Northern Ireland that are suffering from fuel poverty has fallen thanks, in part, to better energy efficiency thanks to thousands of properties having better home insulation… Continue Reading

Green Deal Contract to ‘Go Live’ for Private Landlords
Posted on 14th November 2012 by Domestic & General Insulation

It has been announced the first major Green Deal contract aimed at private landlords is ready and set to go live very soon, as of this writing. The contract will see more than 10,000 properties have their energy efficiency measures upgraded over the course of the next five years… Continue Reading

Why Should I Have Exterior Wall Insulation Installed?
Posted on 12th November 2012 by Domestic & General Insulation

There are currently millions of homes throughout the UK that have solid walls without any insulation. In previous years it has been difficult to achieve proper insulation for the properties that were built before the advent of cavity wall construction technology, with the obvious issue being that solid wall properties have no cavity to fill with insulation material… Continue Reading

Renewable Energy Target Set by Scottish First Minister
Posted on 9th November 2012 by Domestic & General Insulation

Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has revealed a new target for the country to generate the equivalent of half of its current electricity needs via renewable energy by the end of 2015. Mr Salmond claimed that the target is ambitious but also very much achievable at the recent RenewableUK conference in Glasgow… Continue Reading

Energy Trade Body Criticises Disappearance of £11 Million
Posted on 7th November 2012 by Domestic & General Insulation

Property Energy Professional’s Association (PEPA), which is an energy trade body that represents businesses involved in the provision of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and Display Energy Certificates (DEC), has criticised the Government over the supposed disappearance of £11 million that was to be used to support the improved energy efficiency of the UK’s buildings….. Continue Reading

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