Green Heat Network Fund: Government launches £270m fund to boost low-carbon heating

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Heat pumps are among the technologies the new green heating funding will support
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Heat pumps are among the technologies the new green heating funding will support

The Green Heat Network Fund will replace the Heat Networks Investment Project from 2022 and aims to fund 10.3 megatons of carbon emission savings by 2050

The government will today announce the introduction of a new £270m Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF) to finance low-carbon technologies that heat buildings via a central network, following the end of the...

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