'Decentralise, digitalise, and decarbonise': Engie UK debuts low carbon housing retrofit solution

Cecilia Keating
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The UK has some of the least energy efficient homes in Europe | Credit: Owen Price
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The UK has some of the least energy efficient homes in Europe | Credit: Owen Price

Firm says it has a "duty" to develop solutions that can reduce carbon footprint of UK's housing stock, warning that existing housing supply poses "considerable threat" to UK's net zero plans

Engie has launched a new low carbon housing retrofit service, in a bid to help local authorities, housing associations and other housing providers decarbonise their stock in line with national, municipal...

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