More people in the UK who are looking to compare energy suppliers to get cheap electricity and gas could be aiming to make their home more environmentally friendly.
This is according to Gordon Miller, sustainability and communications director at Sustain Worldwide, who said there is a growing desire among Brits to improve the green credentials of their abodes.
"The public is increasingly becoming aware of sustainability in terms of their home's energy efficiency and the impact that has on their gas and electricity bills," he stated.
As energy security and climate change become bigger factors in the coming years, the significance of schemes such as the Feed-In Tariff incentive for installing renewable power generation sources will begin to be appreciated, Mr Miller continued.
His comments come shortly after housing minister Grant Shapps urged councils to help social tenants reduce their bills by fitting energy efficiency measures such as insulation and draught-proofing to their properties.
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