Homeowners looking for cheap electricity are more inclined to invest in energy efficient measures than previously.
This is according to Gr33n director Derrick Wilkinson, who said people are more willing to commit to making home improvements so that they can reduce the cost of their energy bills.
A recent survey by M&S Home Insurance revealed 49 per cent of homeowners are more concerned with energy efficiency than last year.
Mr Wilkinson stated a desire to combat rising fuel costs and gas and electricity prices are behind this growth in energy efficiency.
Government incentives such as Feed-in Tariffs have generated more interest and the cost of installing solar panels has reduced, according to the Gr33n director.
He said: "The situation at the moment is that houses need an EPC [energy performance certificate] report and, as long as they are a band D, they are entitled to 21 pence with the Feed-in Tariff."
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