The government has set a bold target, but it may need to do more to persuade homeowners and industry that it is worth the investment, says Darren Snaith
As the UK gears up to host COP26 at the end of this month in Glasgow, political commitments to help us hit environmental targets are coming thick and fast.
Earlier this month, Boris Johnson said the UK would move entirely to clean sources of energy by 2035, adding to the already ambitious target of total carbon net zero by 2050.
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