British householders may find they have to pay less money to their dual fuel provider once a government scheme kicks in.
Greg Barker, minister for climate change, notes the national authority's green deal will mark the arrival of a "national movement" and increase energy efficiency across the nation.
"We are putting in place the framework and the long-term delivery structure to allow this revolution in energy efficiency to really take hold and to complete the task over the next decade," he states.
As well as making fuel consumption more efficient, Mr Barker admits the scheme could help people to improve their quality of life.
With less cash being paid out to dual fuel providers, Britons should be in a position to spend more elsewhere.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change recently suggested the Energy Bill will see green technology fitted by accredited experts at UK homes.
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