Vattenfall warms up high-temperature heat pump roll out plans

James Murray
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Vattenfall warms up high-temperature heat pump roll out plans

European energy giant announces it is to begin offering heat pumps in the Netherlands, as it eyes UK market potential

European energy giant Vattenfall has announced it is to launch a high-temperature heat pump solution, as it looks to accelerate the shift away from gas boilers across the continent. The Sweden-based...

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