Urban heat networks set to receive £320m government funding boost

Madeleine Cuff
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DECC launches consultation exploring how best to deploy funds to boost low-carbon district heating systems in urban areas

Government has this week launched a consultation on how best to allocate £320m of funding for low-carbon heating projects in urban areas. The money was allocated in the Spending Review last year and...

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