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Are we Warmer & Greener yet? The state of UK domestic energy efficiency policy

Are we Warmer & Greener yet? The state of UK domestic energy efficiency policy

30th November 2017
9.30 - 11.30am


  • Peter Aldous MP
  • Dr Alan Whitehead MP
  • Sarak KW (MIMA)
  • Claudia Jaksch (Policy Connect)
  • Jan Rosenow (Energy expert, Regulatory Assistance Project and University of Sussex)

Please join our Parliamentary co-chairs Peter Aldous MP and Dr Alan Whitehead MP in revisiting the work of Warmer & Greener: A Guide to the Future of Domestic Energy Efficiency Policy, published in April 2016Complementing both the Bonfield Review and the Home Energy Efficiency and Demand Reduction inquiry by the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, Warmer & Greener explored future strategies for domestic energy efficiency and made a series of recommendations to both Government and industry on how energy efficiency policy and practice needed to be designed in order to further the decarbonisation of energy systems, maintain a secure supply of energy and ensure energy is affordable. 

Following the Government's Clean Growth Strategy, the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) is organising this follow-up conference to review the report’s recommendations and progress made in the policy area, since its publication last year.

Since its publication, the report has been disseminated to relevant Parliamentarians as well as to key stakeholders across government and industry. In addition, the WSBF has held 6 round table events which convened Parliamentarians, Civil Servants and industry stakeholders to discuss some of the report’s topics in more detail. 

While this dissemination process has continued throughout 2017, the follow-up conference will aim to take a step back and review the impact achieved so far. This will also help to ensure that energy efficiency policy receives the level of attention that is required to tackle fuel poverty, and achieve the UK’s climate change objectives.

To register your interest in attending, please email WSBF Manager Jim Clark


Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, Westminster