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(United Kingdom – 13th April 2012) As the government reveals its plans for energy efficiency, announces its money saving offer online. This week, Nick Clegg joined leading environment and industry figures and told of the government’s plans to help the poorest and most vulnerable in society to reduce energy bills and ensure homes across the UK are more energy efficient.

The news came this week that the government’s Green Deal will improve the nation’s poorest and least energy efficient homes at no upfront cost. For those that required extra financial help, energy companies would supply the loan which would allow them to upgrade their homes.

Nick Clegg announced that at least £540 million would be set aside for the government’s home energy efficiency programme and around £250 million of this would go towards the installation of heating and insulation in homes. An estimated 270,000 low income and vulnerable homes are expected to be helped by 2015.

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