Scottish Government unleashes £1.8bn zero carbon heating plan

Michael Holder
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Plans to convert more than one million homes and 50,000 non-domestic buildings to zero emissions heating in Scotland by 2030 unveiled

The Scottish Government has set out plans to invest £1.8bn over the next five years towards decarbonising heating, with a target to convert more than one million homes and 50,000 non-domestic buildings...

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