The Climate Change Committee puts the cost of transitioning the UK’s 29 million homes to net zero at £250bn. This represents an unprecedented opportunity for service providers involved in the energy infrastructure and home life cycle.
With decarbonising residential homes, which account for about a fifth of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, being one of the most challenging and important frontiers in the battle to limit climate change, we explore the ‘Green Homes’ opportunity.
In our latest report, we set out the ‘Green Homes’ challenge, bring together industry insights and set out Baringa’s proposal of a One-Stop-Shop (OSS) platform, which provides customers with a single point of contact for home energy services products.
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