Heat network projects across England snap up £19m in government funding

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Heat networks are a low-cost, low-carbon heating solution

Goverment unlocks millions for new heat networks as it sets out plans for stricter regulatory framework for low carbon heat market

Just over £19m of funding has been unlocked to support the development of low carbon heat networks in Bristol, Liverpool, London, and Worthing, the government announced last week. The Department for...

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