District heating: tackling the problems report of a seminar held by the London Energy and Employment Network in May 1985

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Statementprepared by the Energy Conservation and Solar Centre ; editors: Michael Cole and Jo Binns.
SeriesEnergy in the 80"s -- report no.6
ContributionsCole, Michael., Binns, Jo., London Energy and Employment Network., Energy Conservation and Solar Centre.
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Open LibraryOL14125010M

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