The call has come from Carbon Connect, an independent forum focused on encouraging businesses and politicians to implement 'low carbon transformation underpinned by sustainable energy'.
Co-chair of Carbon Connect and Shadow Energy Secretary, Jonathan Reynolds MP said:
“This report is an important contribution to the debate about the future of heat policy in Britain. If we are to meet our carbon reduction commitments, we need to think about how we use energy and heat our homes. I welcome Carbon Connect’s report and commend the cross-party, evidence-based and constructive approach they’ve taken.”