Study: Heat pumps could slash UK buildings' energy demand by 40 per cent

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New report examines economic gains which could be realised through mass adoption of heat pumps to drive the decarbonisation of residential heat

Mass heat pump deployment could reduce energy demand across the UK's residential building stock by up to 40 per cent and result in annual household savings of £15.9bn, a new report has argued. According...

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