New Danish budget proposal brings good news for heat pumps

In a widely supported deal, the Danish government plans to reduce the electricity charge on heat pumps. This opens up for the use of large heat pumps in the district heating industry.

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This weekend, Denmark secured a deal with supporting party Dansk Folkeparti and party Radikale Venstre for a new business budget known as the business package.

As part of the deal in the business package the parties all agreed to halve the electricity charge on heat pumps.

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