Government seeks to speed up ban of gas boilers in new homes
The 2025 timeline of banning gas boilers in new homes could be brought forward to encourage more heat pumps to be installed in the coming years
The government is looking at speeding up the ban on the installation of gas boilers in new homes contained in the new climate action plan.
The installation of oil boilers is due to be banned in new homes in 2022 and new gas boilers banned in new homes in 2025, under the current climate action plan.
But the 2025 timeline banning new gas boilers in new homes could be brought forward to make sure that more energy...
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