Decarbonising oil heated homes
The way we heat our homes must change for crucial climate change targets
to be met.
UK and Republic of Ireland (RoI) governments have indicated that cutting carbon emissions from oil-heated homes is an important priority. OFTEC fully supports this goal and is working with both governments to develop a solution.
However, we are increasingly concerned that the current policy direction means consumers will face unaffordably high costs for green heating systems. This means there is a significant risk that the progress needed to achieve net zero by 2050 will not be made.
You can read more on the following pages about our thinking, how to join our campaign for better, cheaper green heating solutions, and discover the potential of renewable liquid fuels.
Join our campaign now
Find out what you can do to help get the message across and keep heating costs down for rural homes.
Find out more
- If you are living in a home heated by oil, take a look at our information page for oil heating customers, which will help you understand more about the changes to your heating system proposed by government.
- Are you a researcher, academic, intern, industry expert or someone working on emissions reductions projects - we've compiled a page for policy stakeholders.
- Got a question? Check out our FAQ on renewable liquid fuels.
Watch our campaign video below
Need to contact us?
Our offices are open from 9.00am and 5.00pm, Monday - Friday
Phone us on:
Tel: 01 864 5771 (RoI)
Contact our UK PR agency:
For Irish PR enquiries please contact: