Research and analysis

The scope for cost reductions in a mass market for low carbon heating technologies

The reports explore the scope for cost reduction in a mass market for 3 low carbon heating technologies; ground-source heat pumps, air-source heat pumps and biomass.

Documents

Air source heat pump report

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Ground source heat pump report

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Biomass report

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Details

The purpose of the reports is to understand components of and potential for reductions in end costs to purchasers for low carbon heating technologies.

They also explore the potential drivers of these cost reductions, in order to develop a better understanding of how costs are likely to change in a ‘mass market’.

Published 11 February 2016