Bioheat Fuel

For a greener fuel option, ask your local oil provider about heating with a biofuel. As demand for the clean, green alternative fuel is becoming increasingly popular, more and more New Hampshire oil heat providers are adopting the fuel as an offering for their customers.

What Is Bioheat?

While standard home heating oil is becoming cleaner each year with new technologies and advancements, alternative fuels like Bioheat®, made from biodiesel and ultra-low sulfur heating oil, are helping to revolutionize the heating oil industry.

Bioheat incorporates biofuel made from renewable resources, like recycled vegetable oils, with standard home heating oil for a more environmentally-friendly alternative fuel.

Where Does Biofuel Come from?

The biofuel is produced domestically. The biodiesel used to create Bioheat is made from renewable resources like recycled vegetable oils, including soybean oil which is an agricultural byproduct.  The biofuel industry is aiding in our efforts toward energy independence and helping to create more jobs in the U.S.

How Is Bioheat Better for the Environment?

Bioheat heating fuel promotes more efficient system operation and lowers emissions. Now that New Hampshire has made the transition to ultra-low sulfur heating oil, the Bioheat blend is even more clean-burning.

Does Bioheat Cost More to Use?

Most conveniently, adjusting to biofuel requires absolutely no system modifications to your current heating system. That means there are no additional costs required to start ordering Bioheat to heat your home or business in New Hampshire.

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