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Supporting the net zero transition – options for policy cost reform

Dan Starman Senior Consultant

Heat is consistently seen as one of the biggest challenges in completely decarbonising the economy. Aside from the costs of energy efficiency retrofit and improvements, the significant upfront cost of many low carbon alternatives, and the potential need for behavioural change in how we manage our heat (depending on technology), there is a further barrier for electrified alternatives: electricity is much more expensive than natural gas.  We recently published an insight paper, titled Who pays for supporting the Net ...

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