Coal – another damaging fossil fuel. One which releases harmful carbon in to our atmosphere when it is burned. We’ve been telling you that the world is waking up to climate change, and the UK government are doing all they can to help. Continue reading “BREAKING: UK Government BAN sale of house coal by February 2021, phasing out loose coal by 2023 – NOW WHAT?”
In our most recent blog, we told you all about our brand new range of Fischer Solar & Battery Storage options. Today, we want to give you more details on exactly what you can do with our battery and show you that it’s more than just a solution for users with solar panels. Continue reading “Fischer Battery Storage – more than just a solar solution”
Our range of products is constantly growing. We started with our dynamic clay core electric heaters and we now offer more than 90 products across our 5 different ranges. Continue reading “The Road to a Zero Carbon Home with Fischer Future Heat”
Renewable energy is the future. We’ve been telling you this for months, if not years. But, the world is finally waking up to climate change and now is the time to act! Continue reading “Introducing Fischer Solar & Battery Storage”
Running a central heating system can be a pain. There are many different things you must do to maintain your system and keep it running somewhat efficiently, but this comes at a cost.
There are over 26 million gas boilers installed in homes and offices around the world, but many people don’t realise that despite being extremely popular, they are not necessarily good for our environment.
Levels of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere have been rising exponentially since the early 1950’s. The earth is suffering because of it, with a majority of the increase in the earth’s temperature coming within the last 35 years.
Continue reading “A future without gas boilers for a cleaner Britain. Choose Fischer”
Each year, people around the world take part in “Earth Day,” a global day of action for climate change and saving the planet we all know and love.
In 2018, it was announced there would be a complete ban on new diesel and petrol vehicles. The government’s plan is that by 2040, every car on our roads will give out zero-emissions.