About PCF2021-04-12T08:53:30-04:00

WHAT IS PROJECT CARBON FREEDOM?

Project Carbon Freedom is a coalition of American heating fuel distributors in the Northeast and farmers in the Midwest who support the scientific community’s assessment that advanced liquid biofuels are essential in order to quickly, safely, and affordably transition our country to a carbon-free economy. Our vision aligns with the many leading experts who recognize the need for innovative regional solutions that utilize existing assets and infrastructure to ensure an efficient and equitable transition to 100-percent renewable energy by the middle of the 21st century.

WHAT DOES THE COALITION DO?

Through outreach, education, and advocacy, Project Carbon Freedom aims to advance a common-sense strategy to optimize existing supply chain infrastructures in order to meet state and federal decarbonization targets with domestically produced, renewable biofuels that neither compromise food supply or land use, and which are already being used to heat homes across the Northeast and beyond.

WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Project Carbon Freedom’s vision supports American farmers and small businesses, strengthens local economies, promotes environmental justice, protects consumers from the substantial costs associated with policy-driven electrification, and takes a significant burden off of the electric grid as it struggles to meet increasing demand – particularly in the Northeast during winter – with renewable energy sources.

HOW CAN I HELP?

Whether you’re a liquid heating fuel customer, business owner, elected official, or concerned citizen, we have informational resources and empowerment tools available to help keep you informed and make sure that your voice is being heard. To become an official member of the Coaltion, please fill out the form on the following page. There is no cost associated with membership.

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Make It Official

To ensure that PCF is well-organized and consistent in the timing and content of our messaging, it’s important that our supporters sign on as Coalition members. Membership is not required to use our advocacy tools, but like any grassroots coalition, it’s imperative that along with strong organization and communication, we show strength in numbers. There’s no cost. Only benefit.

Become a member today

Make It Official

To ensure that PCF is well-organized and consistent in the timing and content of our messaging, it’s important that our supporters sign on as Coalition members. Membership is not required to use our advocacy tools, but like any grassroots coalition, it’s imperative that along with strong organization and communication, we show strength in numbers. There’s no cost. Only benefit.

Become a member today

Situation

Imprudent decarbonization policies are threatening clean energy progress.

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Solution

A responsible path to renewable heat.

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Strategy

Education, legislation & continued innovation.

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Action

Together, we can forge a better future for all.

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PCF Makes Headlines

Widespread coverage of the launch of Project Carbon Freedom included a three-page spread in Indoor Comfort Magazine, which featured the initiative on it's March-April cover. The story ran in tandem with an impassioned op-ed by industry leader Paul Nazzaro, who makes a powerful case for Bioheat fuel and calls on heating oil dealers to share their stories.

PCF Virtual Launch Inspires Action

The March 8 virtual launch of Project Carbon Freedom, a coordinated effort by the heating oil industry and National Biodiesel Board to advocate for legislation that supports the growth of renewable liquid heating fuel in the Northeast, generated more than 500 advocacy letters from 14 states in less than 10 minutes.

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