Policies and reports are vital to our industry and on this page you will find the most recent and important. Click on the relevant heading to download the full reports.
Following requests from members we have produced the attached Insulation: The Facts & Figures document for use with your PR and Marketing activities.Download
Response to increasing insulation levels in London's homes.Download
Energy efficiency and fuel poverty.Download
Response from NIA on EPCs and the establishment of the Green Homes Service.Download
Response from the NIA to the recent Scotland Climate Change BillDownload
Response to: "Consultation on the promotion of energy end-use efficiency and energy
services. Implementing Article 5 of Directive 2006/32/EC in the UK."
Details on the progress through Parliament of the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target Bill (CERT) are available to download below.
The Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes (EEPH) response to DEFRA's call for evidence on Household Supplier obligation from 2011.Download
This submission is from the insulation industry and has been produced by the National Insulation Association (NIA) in association with the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency (CIGA).Download
This consultation will shape the framework of the Energy Efficiency Levy from March 2007 and is of vital importance to the insulation industry in Northern Ireland.Download
The Government invited responses on its 2006 Energy Review which considered how the UK could best meet its energy requirements.Download
The NIA has been campaigning for some time now for fiscal incentives to encourage the installation of insulation measures. These incentives could take the form, for example, of rebates on Council Tax or lower Stamp Duty on house sales when insulation is installed.Download
The Scottish Executive launched a consultation into "Future Fuel Poverty Programmes" in Scotland. In its response, the NIA pointed out that the insulation industry in Scotland fully supported the Executive's programmes and the contribution they have made to reducing fuel poverty across Scotland.