Study: Low carbon technologies boost house prices by roughly £10,000

Cecilia Keating
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Solar panels on buildings in Bath, England | Credit: iStock
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Solar panels on buildings in Bath, England | Credit: iStock

Analysis from WWF and ScottishPower calculates that solar panels, heat pumps, and EV charge points significantly increase property values

Solar panels, air source heat pumps, and electric vehicle (EV) charge points are boosting property values in England and Wales by an average of £10,000, whilst cutting carbon emissions and shielding residents...

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