I looked at ground/water source for the house. I live in a grade 2 listed building so have limited ability to add thermal stuff- I've done what I can (thick attic insulation, double glazed the non-listed windows) but I had a long chat with a heat pump specialist and he advised that there was no way it would work without digging up the whole of the garden for the heat exchanger coils. From memory I think I needed a 150m trench...!
Best thing I did (and it paid for itself in 6 months) was have a 300L system pressure tank installed to replace the old gravity fed copper one. It's so thermally efficient that even when it's full of stinking hot water, the outer surface is room temperature to touch. Really impressed. The boiler comes on for the minimal time to heat it, and when I had the boiler shifted and we had no heating for 3 days, it was still coming out of the taps piping hot on day 3.
Hopefully heating oil will go the same way as pump diesel, with it slowly being replaced with bio grown additives.
Oh and one of my customers for the engineering business is Drax power- all of their wood pellet goes through my kit. 1000 tonnes per hour of the stuff.
Still unconvinced by the green credentials of electric cars. Unless you are generating the power without burning fossil fuels, then you're just shifting the pollution from the exhaust pipe to a power station chimney. All diesel/petrol does is provide an energy store that's compact and convenient. All a combustion engine does is turn chemical energy into movement.
Plus Elon Musk is A grade a prick and doesn't deserve a penny from anyone.