Wales registers record heat pump and solar panel installations in 2023

Michael Holder
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Penrhys, Rhondda valley, Wales | Credit: iStock
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Penrhys, Rhondda valley, Wales | Credit: iStock

MCS Foundation hails record-breaking uptake as 'good news for people's energy bills and the climate', but warns far bolder action is needed to hit deployment targets

Record numbers of solar panels and heat pumps were installed in Welsh homes and businesses last year, with the MCS Foundation today revealing more than 20,000 certified small-scale green energy products...

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