Research and analysis

Green Deal Panel for Hard to Reach Audiences Report

The Green Deal Panel for Hard to Reach Households was formed to provide Government with recommendations on the most effective communication and engagement routes for 'hard to reach' households.

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Green Deal Panel for Hard to Reach Audiences Report

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Annex B

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Correspondence between the Minister and the Chair of the Panel

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The Green Deal Panel for Hard to Reach Households was formed to provide Government with recommendations on the most effective communication and engagement routes for ‘hard to reach’ households. How to communicate the benefits of installing energy saving Green Deal measures, supported by the new Energy Company Obligation (ECO) where appropriate.

The Panel, chaired by Laura Sandys MP, met on three occasions and heard views from a range of government, industry, trade association and other sources. This report summarises these views and makes subsequent recommendations for DECC and other government departments to consider.