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    Biofuel uptake may increase through grants and subsidies

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Green grants could fund biofuel uptake

Jun 30 2010

Household switching to power derived from biofuel may be able to benefit from grants and subsidies provided through the utility bills of fossil fuel consumers.

Mark Todd, director of energyhelpline.com, explains that between £50 and £100 of the typical energy bill at present is going towards government funding for eco-friendly initiatives.

With targets in place for sustainability between now and 2020, he predicts that this is likely to increase, unless the targets are revised downwards.

However, for those households looking to move to biofuel heating or power, the money raised could prove advantageous.

Mr Todd claims that there is a large amount of "free stuff to make your house more energy efficient" available to homeowners.

This is particularly the case for those who live in older homes, where energy efficiency may be lower.

He also suggests contacting utilities providers to see what they may be willing to provide for free in order for customers to achieve their eco-friendly aspirations.

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