Ground Source Review: Croft House. 5

Summary:

  • Combing the ECO and Non Domestic RHI enables social housing providers to deliver affordable, efficient, and long-lasting retrofit heating solutions.
  • Shared ground loop array system enables access to both lucrative income and upfront grant subsidy.

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