Biomass boilers have been described as an affordable means of achieving cheap energy in rural homes.
Solar power firm Freewatt launched its new products and services at this year's Lincolnshire Show and aims to help West Lindsey residents to cut their fuel bills, the Gainsborough Target reports.
There are a significant number of rural properties in the area that are not connected to a gas supply and so they are vulnerable to sharp rising oil prices.
Freewatt's managing director Julian Patrick said: "There are vast swathes of off-gas properties in Lincolnshire that are unfairly paying over the odds. With biomass, customers can reduce their costs and reduce the impact on the environment."
Rural properties, farms and businesses can all benefit from the installation of biomass boilers, which are fuelled by straw, wood and the grass crop miscanthus.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, such devices allow people to significantly reduce their carbon emissions, with around 7.5 tonnes a year saved when a wood-fuelled boiler replaces a coal fire or electric system.
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