Energy suppliers may notice a raft of new green measures being introduced after the election, after a range of new policy plans were unveiled in the parties' election manifestos.
But while all of the major parties discuss the issue of home energy efficiency, it is arguable that the Green Party is most ambitious on this topic, an expert has stated.
Martyn Williams, parliamentary spokesperson for Friends of the Earth, said that the Green Party has far-reaching plans for home energy efficiency.
He said that all parties are aware that the home is where emissions can be cut most quickly and most cheaply.
But the Green Party differs from rivals in that it aims to address energy efficiency for fuel poor residents as well as those who are fuel rich.
He noted that encouraging insulation in fuel rich homes helps to cut carbon dioxide emissions, but by improving insulation levels in fuel poor households, lives could be saved in the winter months.
Therefore, parties should look at both ends of the scale, he said, rather than focus on the fuel rich, which is what is addressed in the manifestos of the three major parties.
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