Fall is finally here, which means it’s time to start thinking about how you want to manage your home heating this season and in winter. Right now is the perfect time to order your fall fill of Bioheat® fuel. If you’re looking for a reliable company that can deliver Bioheat® fuel to your home or business, you’re in luck! Companies across New York are either already delivering or pledging to deliver Bioheat® fuel. You can check out the list of companies that have made the pledge here.
If you aren’t entirely sure what Bioheat® fuel is, it’s the newer alternative, lower-carbon heating fuel. It’s created with a blend of traditional home heating oil and renewable biodiesel. This fuel is affordable, local, and environmentally friendlier.
This lower-carbon fuel option reduces emissions by up to 14.6%, making it the most competitive heating fuel on the market. It’s created from agricultural byproducts that would otherwise go to waste, so it is made with renewable resources, providing reliable heat from a stored energy source.
Bioheat® fuel is an affordable fuel, costing about as much as other average fuels, making it a competitive selection. It’s easier on your budget since this alternative fuel requires no expensive heating system conversions. Plus, you could earn up to 20 cents per gallon in a tax credit when you use Bioheat® fuel with 6% biodiesel and up for heat and hot water in NY.
Bioheat® fuel is brought to you by local businesses. The fuel has created over 8,600 full-time jobs in New York, and the number is growing. With over 750 companies to choose from, you can rest assured that your Bioheat® fuel delivery will be from a company you know and trust.
Get started using Bioheat® fuel today. Companies all over New York are pledging to deliver Bioheat® fuel right now. Made by blending ultra-low sulfur fuels with renewable biodiesel, Bioheat® fuel is better for New York because it is ready and available now, and it is on the path to net-zero carbon emissions. It can be used in your heating system today with no cost to convert. See if your heating company has pledged to deliver, or find a company nearby that has.