Short term and long term price projections.
The cost of converting from heating oil to natural gas.
Which fuel is the better environmental choice.
Alternative options for saving money on energy.
"The explosions on a pipeline system [...] destroyed scores of homes, killed one person and injured more than a dozen others in the largest natural gas pipeline incident in nearly a decade. —-Tim McLaughlin, Reuters, 9/14/18
For now, simply know this: 2017 was the beginning of the end for (natural) gas. —Danny Kennedy, GreenBiz.com, 1/22/18
The evidence is overwhelming that natural gas has no net climate benefit in any timescale that matters... —Joe Romm, Think Progress, 11/13/17
In New England, spot prices (of natural gas) more than tripled to the highest in over three years and turned the region into the world's priciest market. —Naureen Malik, Boston Globe, 12/27/17
There are many issues to consider when converting from oil to gas, not the least of which is the cost. After all, if the intention is to save money, you have to know how much you’re spending first!
Homeowners in New Jersey can receive an upfront rebate of up to $700 when they install a new, higher efficiency heating oil system.
The heating oil industry has undergone a transformation in the last decade, leading to major breakthroughs in cleanliness, system technology and the introduction of renewable Bioheat®. The next decade will bring even more benefits to homeowners who live in oil-heated homes. As we look ahead to 2030, here’s what we anticipate:Read More