A total of seven million UK homes could have access to reduced prices from energy suppliers as the result of government retrofitting over the next ten years.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has sought feedback from the public regarding attitudes towards large-scale retrofitting and the subsequent survey from Ipsos Mori found that homeowners are willing to embrace efficiency.
Homeowners were asked for their views on a range of microgeneration measures, including solid-wall insulation, smart meters and heat pumps.
Ed Miliband, the energy and climate change secretary, said: "We spoke to citizens around the nation and found that there is a strong desire for government action. People are enthusiastic and positive about the need for better energy efficiency in our homes and communities."
While the target is to retrofit seven million homes by 2020, every UK home is scheduled to be upgraded by 2030 as the government strives to produce a carbon-neutral society within 40 years.
The chancellor, Alistair Darling, is expected to unveil a large investment package for the green sector in this week's Budget.
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