Displaying all posts tagged with “Government”.
Wednesday 7th November 2018
The Government announced this week (5th November) new rules which require landlords to spend up to £3,500 to improve rental properties with the lowest energy performance ratings. Whilst UKLPG, the trade association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), encourages further investment into making homes more energy efficient, there have been longstanding concerns that the measurement methodology is flawed.
Monday 22nd October 2018
UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry in the UK, has responded to the Government’s ‘Energy Performance Certificates in Buildings Call for Evidence’ with two key recommendations to improve the effectiveness of EPCs, particularly regarding properties located off the gas grid.
Friday 20th July 2018
UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry, is calling on the Government to remain committed to its Clean Growth Strategy objectives following its response to the Energy Company Obligation ECO3 consultation which was published yesterday (19th July). ECO3 is the government energy efficiency and heating scheme which focuses on delivering measures to low income, vulnerable and fuel poor households.
Wednesday 13th June 2018
UKLPG, the trade association for the LPG industry in the UK, has responded to the Government’s A Future Framework for Heat in Buildings Call for Evidence with five key recommendations highlighting the role that liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) can play in displacing high carbon fossil fuels in properties off the gas grid.
Tuesday 31st October 2017
The trade association for the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) industry, UKLPG, is today hosting MPs at a parliamentary reception in the House of Commons to launch its landmark pathways document Gas for Off Grid Britain.
Sunday 29th October 2017
UKLPG calls on Government not to miss the opportunity to formulate robust policy that will support off-grid decarbonisation and showcases its new policy pathways document ‘Gas for Off-Grid Britain’ which demonstrates how Government policy objectives can be fulfilled with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
The trade association for the LPG industry in the UK