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Green heating: €5.7m EU boost for low carbon home heating research
(Business Green, 11 May 2020) University of Exeter-led research project aims to pave way for rollout of low carbon heating systems across England, France, Belgium and Netherlands.
A €5.7m green heating research project led by renewable energy experts from the University of Exeter has been launched in a bid to pave the way for the adoption of domestic low carbon heating systems across England and four EU countries.
Dubbed SHIFFT - Sustainable Heating: Implementation of Fossil-Free Technology - the project is backed by €5.7m of EU funding and is designed to help transform low carbon heating in houses and public spaces, the University of Exeter announced late last week.
The team of international experts behind the project includes six University of Exeter researchers, who will work with consumers and local authorities to develop practical strategies, minimise costs, and deliver low carbon heat projects in England, France, the Netherlands and Belgium, it explained.
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