Switch Your Hotel Heating From Oil to Liquid Gas
Are you heating your business
Start your journey to Net Zero with Flogas
If you’re off the mains gas grid and using oil for your hotel heating, replacing your oil boiler with a liquid gas solution could deliver the savings your business craves. Propane and butane can offer a viable and efficient alternative for your hotel business.
You could benefit from carbon savings as liquid gas is a lower-carbon alternative to oil with LPG having approximately a 20% lower carbon intensity.*
To see how much you could save, check out our emissions savings calculator:
*Greenhouse gas reporting: conversion factors, BEIS, 2019
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A customer case study – Lords of the Manor
Lords of the Manor Hotel switched from oil to liquid gas with Flogas, resulting in approximately 22% carbon savings per year and an estimated saving of £22,000 annually on energy costs.
Switch and save with Flogas
Why switch from oil to liquid gas?
Switching from oil to liquid gas is simple:
We’re with you all the way: What you get from Flogas
We have the largest off grid-gas distribution network in the UK
Bespoke turnkey solution
We’ll design a bespoke energy solution to suit your business
We have a team of dedicated account managers on hand to help every step of the way
As well as reducing your carbon emissions by switching from oil to gas, you can also offset your gas carbon emissions!
We’ll top up your tank when you’re running low – taking the hassle out of ordering your energy
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Why your business should switch from oil to gas
Switching from oil to gas presents a number of benefits to your business — discover them all here.
Businesses that are leading the way
Take a look at some examples of businesses that made the switch from oil to gas and are now reaping the benefits.
A customer case study: Carden Park Hotel
Carden Park Hotel switched from oil to LPG, reducing its energy costs and carbon emissions by approximately 22% and 23% respectively.