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The global energy crisis is driving a surge in heat pumps
Worldwide sales of heat pumps are set to soar to record levels in the coming years as the global energy crisis accelerates their adoption
The heating of most buildings around the world – such as homes, offices, schools and factories – still relies on fossil fuels, particularly natural gas. Heat pumps are a hyper-efficient and climate-friendly solution, which helps consumers save money on bills and enable countries to cut reliance on imported fossil fuels.
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