Wednesday 23rd June 2021
There are over 1.5million rural off-grid homes across the UK, many of which are old historic buildings that are hard to heat due to the lack of installation. As such, they all utilise fuels such as LPG, oil and coal to generate heating and hot water. The significant majority of these are higher polluting fuels with oil accounting for 1.1million homes and 170,000 with coal.
The only clear route to decarbonisation is a mixed approach and while heat pumps will have an important role to play, so too will LPG and bioLPG which heat homes to a consistently warm level, irrespective of building fabric type. LPG emits 33% less carbon emissions than coal and up to 20% less than oil, while bioLPG emits up to 90% less carbon emissions than LPG.
Why not join the session to learn more from Sophia Haywood, Director of Public Affairs at Liquid Gas UK about how installers in Scotland and Northern Ireland can utilise LPG and bioLPG, as well as hear the latest insight from recent research that shows 28% of homeowners living off the gas grid won’t be able to afford a new heating system at any price, if forced to install one to meet net-zero emissions targets and a further third (34%) couldn’t afford to pay more than £4,000.
Join us at 11am on Thursday 1st July. Click here to register https://www.crowdcast.io/e/how-installers-in/register
The trade association for the LPG and bioLPG industry in the UK