Interested in more information about oil pricing, efficient oil heating systems, alternative fuel options, or fuel assistance? For all of this and more, visit the helpful resources below.
SAFETANK Financial Assistance Program
Do you have customers with aging oil tanks that need replacing? Financial assistance through the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is available to help eligible New Hampshire homeowners repair or replace aging home heating oil storage tank systems. Click below to share the application with your customers that qualify.
Find out what ultra-low sulfur heating oil is, why it has been implemented in New Hampshire, and how it is beneficial to our environment, our heating systems, and our wallets. Clean Oil Heat NH is proud to be the state’s go-to resource on all things ULS heating oil. Learn more about ULS heating oil in New Hampshire.
Have you heard about Bioheat? Bioheat is a blend of ultra-low sulfur heating oil and renewable biodiesel that is helping homeowners and business owners in New Hampshire reduce their carbon emissions. Bioheat is compatible with traditional heating oil equipment and offers many significant benefits.
The National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) is a national association committed to providing consumers with reliable, comfortable, and efficient heat and hot water with fuel oil. NORA provides educational opportunities for oil heat industry members and conducts research to continually improve heating oil in the United States.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects and presents valuable information about the energy industry in America. Get the latest news on fuel oil, ultra-low sulfur heating oil, Bioheat, and other energy sources on their website.
The U.S. Department of Energy is another valuable resource for homeowners looking for information about high-efficiency oil heating equipment, energy-efficient oil water heaters, and predictions for future technological advancements in the U.S.
Office of Strategic Initiatives – NH Fuel Assistance Program
If you or someone you know is having trouble paying for heat during the winter season, the Fuel Assistance Program (FAP) may be able to provide some relief. Click below to see if you qualify for FAP assistance.