Regulation needed to boost low-carbon heat

An Imperial College study has proposed legislative reform to boost the development of heating networks and to encourage investment in the sector

The AEB EfW complex supplies heat and power. Photograph: AEB AmsterdamNew regulations need to be developed to boost the development and take-up of low-carbon heat, a study has found.

According to the report by Imperial College, published in April, a review of governance on heating may help the UK meet its obligations under the Climate Change Act 2008 and the Paris Agreement.

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