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OFTEC, the organisation that represents the liquid fuel sector in Northern Ireland, has reported a significant increase in businesses investing in storage tanks.Full story
Winter lockdown ramps up fuel demand as householders brace themselves for an icy blast this week as Storm Christoph pulls away from the UK to be replaced by plunging temperatures across the country.Full story
Following comments from the Department of Public Expenditure, OFTEC Ireland, the organisation that represents the liquid fuel heating industry in Ireland, is urging the Irish Government to scrap their unrealistic plans to install 600k heat pumps and implement a more affordable plan to reduce carbon emissions within the off grid home heating sector.Full story
With an estimated increase of 46%* more people across Ireland working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, concerns have been raised over Irish households facing higher bills as their energy consumption increases during the lockdown.Full story
As the weather begins to turn colder, a campaign has launched to raise awareness of the support available to vulnerable households who might be worrying about paying their heating bills this winter.Full story
With an estimated 16.8 million more people across the UK staying at home* during the Covid-19 pandemic, concerns have been raised over vulnerable households facing higher fuel costs as their energy consumption increases during the lockdown.Full story
Scottish energy policy must fairly provide for rural consumers living in some of the country's lowest standard homes, says OFTEC in its response to the recent 'Energy Efficient Scotland: Improving energy efficiency in owner occupied homes' consultation.Full story
Our CEO Paul Rose has issued a statement highlighting some of the key areas that have been addressed and some of the key omissions in the 2020 Budget announcements.Full story
New figures have revealed that oil heated households in the UK continue to enjoy the lowest energy bills compared to other off-grid homes, with the promise of a greener ‘drop-in’ replacement fuel on its way.Full story
Heat decarbonisation policy must be flexible, says OFTEC in Future Homes Standard consultation responseThursday, February 27, 2020 by OFTEC
Government should embrace a range of solutions to decarbonise heat in future homes with a focus on achieving set emission reduction targets rather than prescribing technologies, says OFTEC in its response to the recent Future Homes Standard consultation.Full story
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