The Telegraph noted that a representative of the committee defended the idea. “Using electricity to heat a home opens the prospect of choosing a time when prices are lower, something that’s not possible with a gas boiler. Smart heating of homes like this also makes the best possible use of the grid and supports greater use of cheap renewable generation,” the representative said. The proposed change comes as a new report said the number of what are called excess deaths linked to living in cold, damp homes rose last winter, according to the Guardian. The death toll over last winter was 4,706, up from 3,186 in the previous winter. Simon Francis, a coordinator at the End Fuel Poverty Coalition, said the number is likely to rise again this winter due to high levels of energy debt. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Britain’s Climate Change Committee (CCC) is calling for the public to stop heating homes at evening and night times in order to meet the “Net Zero” goals of the globalist green agenda.https://t.co/9UZiwC2TNX— Doc CLS (@DocCls) August 31, 2023