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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.
All state agencies using heating oil in their buildings must now use at least a 10% (B10) blend of biofuels.
The National Energy & Fuels Institute has unveiled a new website to provide industry stakeholders with tools and information to achieve greater success in the future.
Since our March 8 launch, Project Carbon Freedom has sent 4,884 messages to 499 state representatives, senators, and legislative committee members across New England, New York, and beyond.
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.
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.
James Muller paid more than $27,000 for a heat-pump system and insulation work that he was told would lead to savings. More than a year later and now facing more than $3,700 in back electric charges, he says he’s still waiting — and switching back to liquid heating fuel.
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.