National insulation programme using wool fibre from Welsh farms
Farmers in the UK find themselves in an impossible situation with their wool; https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/farmers-shearings-574-sheep-compost-18493202 This wool could be used as part of a national insulation programme, to upgrade the insulation in every suitable home in Wales. Improved insulation and general thermal efficiency would lead to; # Lower heating bills - less fuel poverty. # Warmer homes - reduced damp and associated ill health. # Less energy use overall - fewer carbon emissions. Wool is not suitable for every property. Perhaps the Government should incentivise or we set up a number of community owned companies, or a nationalised company to go around the country installing different types of insulation in different types of property.
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