Central heating in towns and cities in the UK is pretty universally natural gas-based. Outlying regions might use oil-based heating, storage heaters, or stranger systems, and places with broken or very old central heating or bad insulation might choose to stick electrical heaters in some rooms. Pure house-wide electricity-based systems are unheard of (by me at least): even heating your water with electricity is an emergency fallback for when the gas or boiler goes out. (It's also pretty much a historical curiosity: in thirty years I've never seen a built-in electrical immersion heater used, but they're still widely fitted).
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