The non-domestic sector of the UK economy accounts for 31% of final energy consumption with over half of this fuelled by fossil fuels. Coal and oil, which are the highest carbon fossil fuels, make up a third of this.
The use of the highest-carbon fossil fuels, oil and coal, is most common in off-grid, rural areas. Businesses and industries in these locations often cannot rely solely on electricity, so what solutions are there?
This report evaluates the options non-domestic, off gas grid energy users have to lower their carbon footprint, such as by switching onto LPG and bioLPG.
The full report can be found below -
The trade association for the LPG and bioLPG industry in the UK