Builders and MPs Back Renewable Heat Incentive

Builders organisation the Federation of Master Builders has joined a number of MPs in urging the government to introduce a Renewable Heat Incentive.

Builders and MPs Back Renewable Heat Incentive

Brian Berry, Director of External Affairs at the FMB said: “We are calling on the Government to honour its pledge to introduce a Renewable Heat Incentive that will create jobs and save people money on fuel bills. Without strong incentives like this, consumer and commercial awareness of renewable heat will be low and the UK will miss out on tremendous economic opportunities, as well as missing important climate change targets.”

MPs who showed up to support the campaign included the new Shadow Climate Change Secretary Meg Hillier MP, the environmental campaigner and Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith, and the Shadow Local Government Minister Chris Williamson MP.

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