New research from Nationwide Building Society has shown that the average British household will only consider making their home greener if their energy bills rise by £56 a month.
Although the government is currently pushing for households to make changes to their homes in order to make them more energy efficient, this new research shows that almost half of households (46%) are concerned about the costs associated with going green, while 30% of people are concerned that because they find green improvements so confusing, they will be overcharged.
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Survey shows confusion and scepticism
The survey of more than 2,000 adults has shown that people are confused about the benefits of going green. It has also shown that they’re wary and sceptical of making any changes to their home.
The survey found that people are six times more ...
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