Brits will only make homes greener if energy bills rise by £56 a month

New research from Nationwide Building Society has found that the average UK household will only consider making their home greener if their energy bills rise by £56 a month.

While the government is currently putting pressure on households to make changes to their homes to make them more energy efficient, this new survey shows that nearly half of households (46%) are concerned about the costs associated with greening, while 30% of people are concerned that they are being overcharged because they find green improvements so confusing.

Survey shows confusion and skepticism

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