Most West Norfolk homes do not meet energy efficiency targets
More than two thirds of homes in West Norfolk fail to meet long-term energy efficiency targets, according to data analysed by the BBC.
Of the 51,234 properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in the borough, 34,738 of them fall below C-grade.
An EPC provides a grade between A and G for how efficient a property is. An A grade indicates lower energy costs and better insulative measures. A grade G is at the other end of the scale, with C just above average.
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