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Heat is the largest single form of energy demand across the globe, and it will play a role in the effort toward a decarbonised, more sustainable future.
Across the European Union (EU), significant strides in decreasing greenhouse gas emissions have been made, with a 20% decline between 1990 and 2020. Nonetheless, in order to realistically achieve more ambitious emissions targets, a major transformation in the way individuals manage energy outputs like heating and cooling will be needed.
How Will Projects Be Financed? Creating the right market environment and incentives is key for the development and uptake of sustainable energy solutions in the U.K. and EU. Various project funding vehicles can be employed, ranging from wholly private sector solutions to entirely publicly funded programmes.
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