Centrica throws weight behind UK heat electrification drive amid hydrogen cost fears

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British Gas owner says UK should target one million heat pumps by 2025 as it fears hydrogen domestic heating may be a decade away

British Gas owner Centrica has called for a national heat pump installation drive over the next decade in order to meet the UK's 2050 net zero target, arguing that a "proven technology [that is] available...

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