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“HVO” Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil is a certified net zero carbon fuel produced from waste cooking oils and fats. Homes currently on Kerosene heating can easily transition to this fuel with minor conversions to their existing system to make a true environmental change now.
Liquid biofuels in form of HVO is a true sustainable and sensible approach to off gas grid decarbonisation. Minimum capital expenditure for end user will mean greater uptake compared to complete invasive/disruptive works required to fit alternative energies for no actual benefit to homeowner nor environment.
For Home heating government should recognise HVO and liquid fuel firing technology as an alternative to less environmentally friendly domestic heating proposals such as electrification that currently rely on a non green energy grid.
HVO has an essential role to play and the deployment must be supported.
“HVO “Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil is a certified net zero carbon fuel produced from waste cooking oils and fats. Homes currently on Kerosene heating homes can easily transition to this fuel with minor conversions to their existing system to make a true environmental change.
HVO is available in the UK, currently is largely being marketed and used as an alternative to diesel, with a 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. The global supply also continues to increase
The properties of HVO are more likened to kerosene than diesel.
The right policy support would give the UK industry the green light to further invest in domestic production & deployment. End user investment in modern modulating boilers utilising smart OpenTherm controls with proven savings up to 15% are easily achievable and couple with a truly renewable bio liquid home owners can then be satisfied they are really making a difference to the environment and to their pockets.
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