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H&V News - 9 April

Only available in our digital edition, H&V News covers a new report which has predicted that significant savings will result from the roll-out of smart meters and in-home displays; Phase 2 of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme came into effect on 1 April; and the UK Fuel Poverty Monitor report’s claims that the government is not doing enough to tackle fuel poverty.

The latest issue of H&V News is now online to view, with all the latest news, features and interviews, simply register to view.

We take a look at the government’s recently published UK solar PV strategy, claimed to be the first dedicated solar strategy in Europe, with the aim of strengthening the UK’s position in the global market.

H&V News also covers the launch of the UK’s first Embodied Carbon Week to highlight the need to reduce carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions in the construction sector. The initiative was created by British Land, Derwent London, Land Securities, Tishman Speyer, WRAP and the UK Green Building Council.

Also only available in our digital magazine is our latest special report on fuels and oils. The building services sector debates alternative options to generate energy for the UK as fossil fuels continue to dominate the market.

Don’t miss our Q&A with Big Foot Systems commercial manager Dan Rushton.

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