Natural gas accounts for about 45% of European households heating. It is the most widely used energy but is perceived as less environmentally damaging than it really is. Renewable heating solutions are still rare, although they represent a great opportunity to decarbonise heating. Too little known, they are subject to a large number of preconceived ideas.
In this paper, we intend to debunk the myths on fossil gas and renewable heating technologies to clarify the path toward fossil-free buildings.
Find out what lies behind these myths in our paper.
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