Heat as a productivity engine of the economy
Market and policy
The industry embodies several opportunities: reducing energy costs, reducing CO2 emissions and providing guarantees to users. But what support can the State give to enterprises wishing to invest in efficiency? What is the potential of district heating grids in the UK? How about the role of the end user? These are the issues discussed at the Heat Conference, convened by ADE (Association for Decentralised Energy).
Original language: English
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