Government reveals plans to accelerate low carbon heating rollout

Michael Holder
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Heating is widely regarded as one of the most challenging areas to decarbonise
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Heating is widely regarded as one of the most challenging areas to decarbonise

Proposals to replace RHI include Clean Heat Grants of up to £4,000 for homes and business for heat pumps and other technologies

The government has today unveiled a wide ranging package of proposals aimed at accelerating the much-needed decarbonisation of the UK's heating systems, setting out plans to replace the Renewable Heat...

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