The recent update in the Carbon Base of the carbon content of electric heating at 132gCO2 / kWh (year 2020) challenges the regulatory value of 79gCO2 / kWh retained by the Public Authorities and confirms the government's desire to promote electricity as the only way decarbonization.
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