Renewable Energy – The solution to Climate Change

Climate change is arguably one of the greatest environmental threats the world is facing. The impacts of disruptive change leading to catastrophic events such as storms, droughts, sea level rise and floods are already being felt across the world. While the Kyoto Protocol, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is slowly impacting on energy markets, scientists are increasingly advising policymakers that carbon emission reductions of beyond 60% are needed over the next 40-50 years. How will we achieve such a dramatic reduction in carbon emissions?

Renewable energy provides one of the leading solutions to the climate change issue. By providing ‘carbon-neutral’ sources of power, heat, cooling and transport fuels, renewable energy options such as wind, solar, biomass, hydro, wave and tidal offer a safe transition to a low carbon economy

Reducing Fossil Fuel Use is the Key Solution

The climate change problem is essentially a fossil fuel energy problem. While agriculture, land-use changes, cement production and the use of chemicals all contribute to greenhouse gas emissions, more than 70% of the problem is due to the unsustainable use of fossil fuels. The climate change challenge means shifting away from fossil fuels in the home, industry, at work and the way we travel. Furthermore, global energy demand is predicted to rise as countries industrialise and population continues to grow.

Renewable Energy can provide everything that fossil fuels currently offer in terms of energy services and by that dramatically reduce Climate Change Gas emissions:


Renewables have the lowest environmental impact of all energy sources

Precision Heating Ltd. has a vast range of reliable and efficient Renewable Energy products which not only provide heat and comfort in thousands of homes across Ireland but also reduce the country’s carbon footprint. We are agents for some of the world’s leading manufacturers of Renewable Energy technology including Viessmann & CTC Enertech, our products include the following;

  • Air-Water Heat Pumps
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps
  • Wood Pellet Boilers (Biomass)
  • Viessmann Solar Systems


It is our corporate responsibility to reduce the level of Carbon emissions that Ireland is currently producing in compliance with the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (DCENR) – Strategy for Renewable Energy. 


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