Individuals keen to secure a cheap energy supply, as well help the environment, may want to consider solid fuel and biomass forms of heating a home.
Chairman of Euroheat Simon Holden explained more and more people are turning to such forms of power, as they offer a green alternative to traditional fuels.
"Heating with biomass fuels, whether wood logs or pellets, is one of the most environmentally-friendly ways to heat the home, as burning with wood is a CO2 neutral process," the expert stated.
As well as being kinder to the environment than gas, oil and coal, biomass fuels are energy efficient and cost effective, it was noted.
Mr Holden claimed burning wood costs an average of 2.5p per kW an hour, while gas and oil cost 4p per kW and electricity is 11p per kW.
UK country manager at Panasonic Marc Diaz recently commented that attempts to increase green living have resulted in significant advances in technology.
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