Ministers rapped for Boiler Upgrade Scheme failings

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£450m programme hit by low take-up and unlikely to drive market change for low-carbon heating, House of Lords committee warns

A £450m government scheme designed to drive the rollout of low-carbon heating options for homes is on track to achieve just half of its planned take-up rate, making a broader target of 600,000 installations a year by 2028 “unlikely to be met”, a House of Lords committee has warned.

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