Ensuring that the green investment bank and other projects to boost green cheap energy in the UK go ahead is "vital", the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering has said.
Kevin Wellman, operations director at the organisation, noted: "Fortunately, nowadays people are becoming more familiar and more comfortable with discussions about carbon footprint. The whole ethos of carbon saving is not something which is off-putting to many people nowadays."
However, there is a fear that "unscrupulous people" will jump on the bandwagon to talk about renewable energy generation and end up "creating mayhem or bad press for the competent and conscientious installers out there", Mr Wellman added.
His comments come after the Confederation of British Industry announced that Britain is failing to attract the level of investment needed to create a low-carbon infrastructure.
It said the UK's energy sector requires £150 billion of private sector investment over the next 20 years.
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