There are no signs that homeowners are growing complacent about environmental concerns and there is still a lot of interest in green DIY improvements.
This is the view of Matt Hunt, a spokesman for renewable energy firm BritishEco, who said the prospect of saving money is always a popular reason to improve energy efficiency in the home.
His comments come after a report from the Energy Saving Trust found that 61 per cent of consumers are more interested in taking steps to save energy than they were a year ago.
Seven out of ten respondents said they hate the idea that they are wasting energy, while three-quarters said they were actively looking for ways to reduce their gas and electricity bills.
Mr Hunt said his company, which designs and installs a range of micro renewable energy solutions, including solar panels, is busy at the moment, suggesting that the need for greener homes has not diminished.
"There is still a desire from people to make their houses environmentally sound, especially if they are rewarded with fixed tariffs and things," he remarked.