Should the district heating industry be regulated?

Jessica Shankleman

New Which? report warns customers are feeling ripped off and baffled by emerging technology

Consumer watchdog Which? has called on the government to rethink allowing the UK's emerging district heat market to operate without regulation, after research revealed that many customers feel ripped off...

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