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Today, the housing in the UK accounts for 27% of carbon emissions and more than 60% of the houses we will be living in by 2050 have already been built, we must dramatically improve the performance of our existing housing stock and we must act now to achieve the government UK target to cut CO2 emission by 80% by 2050.
There are 27 million homes in the UK, to achieve decarbonisation of the UK's housing stock by 2050.

House energy loss
Heat loss diagram

In 2011 the UK produced 456 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, around 27% comes directly from household energy use.

Typical current house energy consunption.

Heat loss improvement

The UK aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80 per cent below 1990 levels by 2050.

Typical solid wall thermal performance

31% of the UK housing stock have solid walls.

Improved solid wall with insulation on the inside

Internal Wall Insulation: quick and easy to install, improves the thermal efficiency.

Improved solid wall with insulation on the outside

External Wall Insulation: Significantly reduce heat loss and energy consumption, minimize condensation, damp and mould.

CO2 emissions graphic per construction material
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