Two major energy efficient projects in Bridgend and Cardiff have been awarded £8m of funding by Triple Point Heat Networks Investment Management, the UK Government’s delivery partner for their Heat Network Investment Project (HNIP). 18 projects have been successful in achieving funding to date but these two are the first in Wales.
"The projects will deliver significant benefit to both consumers and the environment and will demonstrate the role heat network schemes can play in meeting carbon targets by reducing emissions from buildings.” Ken Hunnisett, project director at Triple Point Heat Networks Investment Management commented.
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