Heat pump grants worth £5,000 to kickstart low carbon heating

One energy firm, Octopus Energy, said initially it expected homeowners would contribute around £2,500 to the cost of installing a heat pump, roughly equivalent to the cost of a new gas boiler. The government subsidy would cover the rest of the cost.

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