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From Friday July 1, it will no longer be possible to buy a new oil-fired boiler. This is one of the measures of the European plan to reduce the effects of greenhouse gases, on which the journalist Maeva Damoy returns in detail, Thursday, June 30, on the set of 19/20.
It will no longer be possible to buy a new oil-fired boiler from Friday 1 July. However, this does not mean that you will have to throw away your boiler, as journalist Maeva explains. Damoypresent on the set of 19/20 Thursday, June 30. “If it works well, its owner can continue to use it, maintain it and even repair it when possible. On the other hand, if it is definitely broken, it will be impossible to replace it with a new fuel oil model: there will be no more“, she explains.
If your boiler is no longer functional, “it will be imperative to opt for a heating system that is more respectful of the environment. Potentially, this concerns one in six households in France“, continues the journalist. “For those concerned, the choice is wide. (…) It takes between 500 and 3,000 euros for a gas boiler, 3,000 to 6,000 euros for a pellet stove and 10,000 euros minimum for a heat pump“, concludes the journalist.
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