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Carbon dioxide emissions savings from the Warm Front programme

started in June 2000, and offers a range of energy efficiency improvements to private sector households in receipt of various benefits. The …

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Carbon dioxide emissions savings from the Warm Front programme

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started in June 2000, and offers a range of energy efficiency improvements to private sector households in receipt of various benefits. The primary aim of the Warm Front scheme is the alleviation of fuel poverty, although a significant secondary benefit is the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from housing.

Published 13 October 2011