Eon backs stamp duty rebates for energy efficiency upgrades

Suppliers have backed tax breaks for homeowners and landlords that carry out energy efficiency upgrades, as speculation mounts that such measures will feature in the chancellor’s Autumn Statement later this month. In its submission to the House of Commons energy security and net zero committee’s inquiry into heating for homes, Eon has backed the introduction of an Energy Saving Stamp Duty Incentive, while Good Energy calls for VAT cuts for low-carbon technologies and home energy efficiency improvements.

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