The Conservatives have launched a new plan to help reduce bills from energy suppliers in Wales by retrofitting homes if they have a role in the Assembly government from 2011.
The plan is to spend £120 million installing features such as cavity wall and loft insulation in the more than 250,000 Welsh homes that currently lack it, in a bid to help consumers access cheap energy rates in their properties and reduce carbon emissions at the same time.
A range of cost savings are being examined to pay for the policy, while the retrofitting operation itself could create 2,500 jobs.
Shadow environment minister Angela Burns said: "Our proposals show we are taking the issues of fuel poverty, unemployment and climate change seriously and are prepared to work with others to combat all three."
Friends of the Earth Cymru welcomed the policy announcement but said much more needs to be done to reduce emissions from homes in Wales.
The government in Westminster has pledged to retrofit every UK home over the next few years.
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