Central heating for cities’ networks share £24m of government funding

Nine councils will be given a share of $24 million for heating network schemes that behave as “central heating for cities”, the Government has declared. The money is the first round of financing from a $320 million pot to encourage district heating systems that can provide cheaper and cleaner heat and warm water to homes and companies. The nine successful councils vary from Sheffield to four London boroughs and demand technology including gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plants, an ‘energy from waste’ plant along with a heat pump scheme.…

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