Community Heating Schemes
Work with local councils and housing providers to create sustainable community heating schemes. These could be fueled by biofuel, wind, geothermal or solar power, and would provide hot water that would be piped to all houses in the locality for heating, as well as for domestic hot water. Geothermal heating is already successfully in use in Iceland. Residents would pay for heating, just as they currently pay for fuel.
Why the contribution is important
We urgently need to find alternatives to fossil fuels for domestic homes. It is more economical to provide heating for a group of homes rather than each house having its own source.
by Lynden on October 23, 2020 at 10:01PM