Eighty chief executives from some of the UK's biggest organisations have called on all political parties to make energy efficiency a top priority in their election campaigns.
A letter to the Sunday Telegraph, backed by B&Q, IKEA, and the Federation of Master Builders among many others, called for a "bold new approach" to energy saving, that would include energy efficiency as part of the government's infrastructure upgrade plan.
The letter was orchestrated by the Energy Bill Revolution to mark the start of Cold Home Week, which aims to highlight the extent of the fuel poverty crisis.
The campaign group is calling on the government to designate domestic energy efficiency an official national infrastructure priority, meaning that projects could access funding currently designated for projects such as road-building.
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