The Parliamentary launch of the latest Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) report takes place at Westminster later this month. The report involved a 9-month research inquiry into domestic energy efficiency, which was conducted under the co-chairmanship of Peter Aldous, the Conservative MP for Waveney, and Dr Alan Whitehead, the Labour MP for Southampton, Test and Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change.
Complementing both the Bonfield Review and the Home Energy Efficiency and Demand Reduction inquiry by the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, the WSBF report is exploring future strategies for domestic energy efficiency and makes a series of recommendations to both Government and industry on how energy efficiency policy and practice will need to be designed in order to further the decarbonisation of energy systems, maintain a secure supply of energy and ensure energy is affordable.
By providing a politically neutral platform and involving the widest possible range of stakeholders in the research process, the final report provides an evidence-based, authoritative signpost for the future of domestic energy efficiency.
The launch event provides the opportunity to find out more and discuss what next steps should be taken. It takes place on Wednesday 27 April 2016 from 10am to 12pm at the Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, Westminster.
Please register to attend!