A Labour government would fund £60bn of energy-saving upgrades to low-income households over the next decade while wealthier households would receive interest-free loans for enhancements.
The party said loft insulation, enhanced double glazing and new heating systems would help cut energy use.
The Conservatives said the plan would "wreck the economy" and "put up bills".
A spokesperson for the Tories said, while tackling climate change was vital, "independent experts and even Labour's own unions say their promises don't stack up".
Launching the policy - called "Warm Homes for All" - in south-west London, Labour's leader Jeremy Corbyn said climate change would be a big part of the party's election campaign.
"The green industrial revolution, which we're promoting, will create a sustainable energy network in the country," he said. "We cannot go on standing by while climate warming increases."
Labour says its proposals would create 450,000 jobs involved in the installation of energy-saving measures and renewable and low-carbon technologies.
Almost all of the UK's 27 million homes would benefit from the pledge, either through a grant to fund works in full, or an interest-free loan, it said.
Interest-free loans to improve the energy efficiency of homes are already available in Scotland, where the issue is devolved to the Scottish government.
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