A cheaper fuel option
AS winter approaches and many rural homeowners in the Exeter area increase their energy outputs, Calor is launching the Rural Switchover campaign to encourage homeowners to lower their carbon emissions.
The company is hoping to persuade rural homeowners across the UK to switch to liquid petroleum gas (LPG) as part of a Government initiative to help reduce carbon emissions and enjoy the benefits of "a cleaner and greener fuel".
A spokesman for Calor said: "For many rural households it easy to forget the impact we are having on the local environment as we turn up the heating, switch on our cookers and light up the open fire.
"We are supporting the Governments Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) scheme, to help encourage rural homeowners off-grid across the region to lower their carbon emissions."
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Calor is supporting this initiative with funding through the scheme, which is being made available to homeowners who want to switch to LPG – a cleaner and greener fuel compared to oil and other fossils fuels.
The Calor/Government fuel switch funding is set to end on Wednesday October 31. Homeowners who want to make the switch can expect to get the following funding towards switching: from solid fuel (£1,000), electric (£750), oil (£500).