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€130m fund targeted at older homes

About 60,000 homes could be made more energy efficient next year following the government’s commitment to a €130 million fund for energy-efficient measures.

12th December, 2009

About 60,000 homes could be made more energy efficient next year following the government’s commitment to a €130 million fund for energy-efficient measures.

A national retrofit programme will be introduced next year in an effort to boost energy efficiency and to stimulate the economy. The programme will fund some of the cost of installing insulation, boilers and double-glazed windows for homeowners. It is aimed at helping householders cut back on energy use, reduce heating...

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