Net Zero: UK should aim install 25 million EV chargers and 22 million heat pumps, report claims

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Net Zero: UK should aim install 25 million EV chargers and 22 million heat pumps, report claims

Up to £286bn of investment needed to decarbonise UK transport and heating, study says

The UK will need to install 2,300 electric vehicle charging points and 1,700 domestic heat pumps every day through to 2050 if it is to meet its net zero emissions target, a new study claims, estimating...

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