Warm Front expands technology set

May 2009
Utility Week;5/1/2009, p33
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of British ministers to expand the government's flagship fuel poverty initiative, Warm Front. The maximum grant payable under the said initiative will now be increased and will include installing low-carbon heat and power technologies such as solar thermal heating and air source heat pumps.


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