The new law, which makes New York the largest state to enact a biodiesel blending requirement for heating oil, will reduce the state’s annual carbon emissions by approximately 1 million metric tons.
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Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has appointed MEMA's Charlie Uglietto, President of Cubby Oil & Energy, to the state’s Commission on Clean Heat.
Homes and business using heating oil blended with renewable biofuel contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions without incurring the high cost of an electric heat pump installation.
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.