The National Biodiesel Board’s Exploring Biodiesel Regional Seminars (XBX) is teaming with Project Carbon Freedom and the Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association to kick off the 2021-22 heating season in the Northeast.
In an op-ed published by The Sun Chronicle, Matt Allen, vice-president of W.H. Riley & Son, Inc., says that the home heating industry stands ready and willing to help reduce emissions in the Northeast – if only lawmakers will recognize renewable liquid heating fuel as part of the solution.
Findings published in Brookhaven National Laboratory's report, B20 to B100 Blends as Heating Fuels, “have not identified a clear technical barrier which would limit the use of biodiesel in home heating systems”
“Individuals and communities across the country are going be affected by net-zero transitions in different ways. All Americans will be crucial partners in this transition, and we must be sensitive to the needs and values of communities when planning and implementing the very significant infrastructure and other developments needed to get to net-zero,”
George R. Tynan, Professor, UC San Diego Center for Energy Research