'Cold economy' could create 10,000 jobs

Jessica Shankleman
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New Carbon Trust report encourages companies and governments to harness waste cold energy for good use

Green businesses have developed smarter ways of heating offices, homes and factories in recent years by channelling excess heat created by machinery through district heating networks. Now, a new report...

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