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Acknowledgements

The Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology would like to thank the following organisations and individuals for kindly giving up their time during the preparation of this briefing:

  • Association for the Conservation of Energy
  • Ground Source Heat Pump Association
  • UCL Energy Institute
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Energy Systems Catapult
  • UK Energy Research Centre
  • Energy and Utilities Alliance
  • National Grid
  • UK District Energy Association
  • University of Exeter
  • Department of Energy and Climate Change
  • Committee on Climate Change
  • Association for Decentralised Energy
  • UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association 
  • Northern Gas Networks
  • Carbon Capture and Storage Association
  • Renewable Energy Association
  • Energy Networks Association
  • Jim Skea 

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