NAOHSM execs and business owners held an Oilheat Industry Summit recently and discussed the current state of the industry. Various presentations and speakers spoke to the shifting market and solutions to these changes.
“Sadly, in the past 10 years we’ve lost approximately
1 million oilheat homes,” said Judy Garber in the association’s summary.
of note, during the summit,John Maniscalcoshared an idea
of how much money will be needed to get NORA reauthorized. Bob
Heddengave a presentation about the advantages of Ultra Low Sulfur
Heating Oil, andMichael Devine
Jonathan Beckettgave a presentation
on his company’s foray into solar thermal heating and how this technology can
work in harmony with oil heat.
Huberspoke about the life cycle emissions of new fuel andMichal
Ferrantespoke about a public outreach program – a government
relations plan needed to educate local, state and federal politicians.
the theme of the day was the need for a combination of bio and low sulfur fuel
– 15ppm to be exact,” said Garber. “This will give us an advantage
over gas heat.”
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