Renewable Heating Fuel Available in NY Right Now

There are a lot of renewable and alternative energy solutions that show great promise for reducing carbon emissions in New York. But did you know that Bioheat® fuel is one that is available to homeowners right now? That’s right, you don’t have to wait for new technology to become available or save up to invest in new equipment. Bioheat® fuel is readily available in New York; all you have to do is ask your heating provider for it.

How Do I Find Bioheat® Fuel?

Bioheat® fuel is delivered by many providers across Upstate New York and Hudson Valley. You can do a quick Internet search for Bioheat® fuel in your town or just call your current heating fuel provider.

Where Can I Get Bioheat® Fuel?

Bioheat® fuel is abundantly available in New York. There is a steady supply of Bioheat® fuel and that supply will continue to grow as demand increases. Bioheat® fuel is delivered by family-run businesses across the state. When you choose to use Bioheat® fuel you can get it from a local company that really cares about its customers.

Are There Different Kinds of Bioheat® Fuel?

Yes, there are different blends of Bioheat® fuel that are currently available in New York. Bioheat® fuel blends are determined by the percentage of biodiesel content they have. Right now, most Bioheat® fuel providers offer a range of B2 Bioheat® fuel (with 2% biodiesel) up to B10 Bioheat® fuel (with 10% biodiesel).

Fuel providers in New York and across the Northeast have pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions with Bioheat® fuel by 2050. This timeline is doable because Bioheat® fuel is the only heating fuel that can reduce its carbon emissions over time. By 2023 all fuel providers aim to deliver B20 Bioheat® fuel (20% biodiesel), by 2030 all fuel providers aim to deliver B50 Bioheat® fuel (50% biodiesel), and by 2050 all fuel providers aim to deliver 100% carbon-free Bioheat® fuel.

What Do I Have to Do to Start Using Bioheat® Fuel?

Because you don’t need to convert or buy new equipment to use Bioheat® fuel, all you have to do is call your heating fuel provider and ask for it. That’s it! If they are unable to provide it, you can find someone who does close by online.

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