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1966 [[Solar Industries]], the [[National Coal Board]] and Compagnie Generale de Chauffe of Lille,  the largest heat service operator in France, formed a new joint venture, Associated Heat Services, to provide automatic heating services from solid fuel for districts and industries. Regional offices would be established in the North East of England, Scotland and the Midlands<ref>The Times, Jul 13, 1966</ref>
 
1966 [[Solar Industries]], the [[National Coal Board]] and Compagnie Generale de Chauffe of Lille,  the largest heat service operator in France, formed a new joint venture, Associated Heat Services, to provide automatic heating services from solid fuel for districts and industries. Regional offices would be established in the North East of England, Scotland and the Midlands<ref>The Times, Jul 13, 1966</ref>

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of Cobham, provider of district and group heating.

1966 Solar Industries, the National Coal Board and Compagnie Generale de Chauffe of Lille, the largest heat service operator in France, formed a new joint venture, Associated Heat Services, to provide automatic heating services from solid fuel for districts and industries. Regional offices would be established in the North East of England, Scotland and the Midlands[1]

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  1. The Times, Jul 13, 1966