Energy and Climate Change Committee To take out Inquiry Into Heat
It has been found that heat is taking toll on the UK's energy use. As per official records, it has been found that the UK's 46% energy usage is being consumed by the heat.
Therefore, the Parliamentary Committee on Energy and Climate Change has decided to carry out an investigation into the matter. The Energy and Climate Change Committee will be taking up the inquiry.
Main aim of the investigation will be know all the aspects of the heat. UKDEA chairman Simon Woodward was of the view that they have been thinking to have low carbon heat generation option.
But for that government support will be needed. Woodward continued by affirming, "Further support could be in the form of a Heat Networks Incentive or a grant mechanism to accelerate the market's development and further expansion of the UK's district heating networks".
There are great hopes attached with the inquiry, said Woodward. The inquiry will be able to tell what actions can be taken in addition to the development of low carbon heat generation. He is expecting that the government will not be supportive about the development of low carbon heat generation, but will also be promoting the same in the UK.
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