OFTEC has welcomed a positive response from the Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry, Claire Perry MP, after putting forward strong concerns over the viability of government plans to … more
Almost one million rural households in England and Wales could see their heating bills soar if new government proposals go ahead.
Plans outlined in the Department for Business, Energy & … more
With the latest forecasts predicting the coldest winter for five years, households are being urged to check their heating systems are fit for purpose and ready for a prolonged cold snap.The warning … more
OFTEC Ireland, Age Action and Jim Daly TD, Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for Mental Health and Older People, officially launched a free guide, offering key … more
Technical Supervisor or Manager (DOE)Full-time 37½ hours p/w - Salary £28,000 - £32,000 DOE. The role is based in our Kesgrave office.OFTEC’s technical supervisor / manager … more
There are 50 fatal carbon monoxide (CO) incidents and more than 200 people hospitalised with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning every year in the UK.
This ‘Carbon Monoxide Awareness … more
Oil is the cheapest way to heat your home this winter
41% cheaper than LPG
53% cheaper than electric
7% cheaper than mains gas
These figures are provided by independent heating cost … more
By OFTEC CEO Paul Rose
There is no question that off-grid heating must be decarbonised in order to contribute to the UK’s challenging carbon reduction targets. But electrification, one of the … more
Many rural homes could be heated by vegetable oil within the next five years, according to a new industry report on the future of rural heating.
Currently, oil heating is one of the most popular … more
OFTEC CEO Paul Rose comments:
“OFTEC welcomes publication of the government’s Clean Growth Strategy and supports the Government’s efforts to improve energy efficiency and reduce … more