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Why the UK needs a consumer-centric approach to low carbon heat

The scale and complexity of the transition to decarbonise domestic heat requires an immediate start if the UK is to meet its emissions targets. Jonathan Wills explains why consumers have a significant role to play in determining how this transition takes place.

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