Mike Cooke from EOGB shares his thoughts on whether modulating oil boilers can play a role in decarbonising home heating

Martin Cooke

As we transition towards a net zero future it’s important that we embrace as many technologies and solutions as possible to reduce home heating carbon emissions. Mike Cooke, managing director of EOGB, sat down with us and explains their modulating boiler can play a role in cutting carbon emissions, especially when used alongside a biofuel like HVO. 

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