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UKIFDA submits view on ending sales of petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles by 2035

Tony Brown

UKIFDA has submitted its views on the government’s latest consultation which is looking at ending sales of petrol diesel and hybrid cars by 2035. The association believes that petrol/diesel and hybrid vehicles should still be allowed on sale after the Read more »


UKIFDA responds to government consultations

Guy Pulham

UKIFDA has submitted its views on the government’s ‘Future Support for Low Carbon Heat’ and ‘Energy Efficiency in Existing Homes’ consultations. The Environmental Audit Committee launched its inquiry into Energy Efficiency of Existing Homes in May and wanted views on Read more »


UKIFDA challenges Irish government on biofuels

The trade association, UKIFDA, whose members supply not only heating oil for homes and businesses but also fuel for agriculture, construction, road transport, marine fuels and importantly fuel for back-up generators for hospitals, schools, care homes and data centres across Read more »


UKIFDA encourages homeowners to start biofuel transition

In a campaign launched by UKIFDA the 2.18m households who use oil across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, are being advised on a transition plan to decarbonise the heating in their homes through the use of biofuels.


UKIFDA support for E10 fuel proposals

Tony Brown

UKIFDA has submitted its views on the Government’s consultation on the introduction of E10 petrol at filling stations across the UK which closed on 3 May and called for views from industry on the best way to introduce E10 petrol Read more »