Britsh Public ‘back a ban on gas boilers within the decade’: Almost 59 percent of Britons want a ban on the sale of gas boilers within the next decade.

According to a new poll conducted by Public First, over half of the individuals polled favour the government’s intentions to prohibit the sale of gas boilers.

According to a poll of 2,000 British citizens, only 23% reject the programme.

“There’s surprising public support for a gas boiler phase out as early as 2030.” said Rachel World from Public First.

“It should make the government more confident in introducing policies which will speed up the transition to clean heating in our homes.”

“If the government supports those households already prepared to switch from gas boilers to heat pumps, this increased demand will bring down the cost of the greener option for everybody else, encouraging many more people to switch, and in turn cutting our vulnerability to volatile and unpredictable gas prices.” said Sepi Golzari-Munro, Director of Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit.

The administration was allegedly considering delaying the intended ban on gas heaters until 2040 two months ago.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) proposed in May that a global moratorium on new fossil-fuel boilers be implemented by 2025 if the world is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

Britsh Public ‘back a ban on gas boilers within the decade’:

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