Good Energy to launch home heat pump tariff in UK first

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Green energy supplier claims new flexible tariff will make it 'easy and affordable' for customers to transition away from gas boilers

Green energy supplier Good Energy has today announced plans to launch a new flexible tariff for homes that use heat pumps in the autumn, in a move designed to help customers capitalise on the government's...

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