Professor: Ban new oil and gas heating by 2030 at the latest

50-70 percent all residential buildings in the EU can get cheaper heating from district heating networks that upcycle excess heat from a range of infrastructure installations, adding that individualized photovoltaic rooftop solar and small-scale heat pumps are 'limousine' solutions, unattainable for normal citizens.
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CO2 emissions from residential buildings can be drastically reduced if EU member states can agree on banning the installation of new oil and gas boilers by 2030 at the latest.

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