Government awards over £13m in funding to upgrade old heat networks

James Murray
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Government awards over £13m in funding to upgrade old heat networks

More than 4,000 homes and businesses to benefit from lower bills as a result of improvement programme

The government has this week announced more than £13.2m has been awarded to 24 heat network projects across England, which will allow operators to undertake upgrades that should result in lower bills and...

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