Posted by admin on December 5, 2016
In New York State, all heating oil customers have the option of designating an alternate contact in the event the energy company can’t reach them. In such cases, the third party would be notified before a service termination takes place. This service can also help avoid late payment charges. Third-party notification is especially valuable for older residents who might have trouble hearing the phone or remembering whether or not they paid their heating bill.
Posted by admin on November 23, 2016
Attention all building owners and tenants – it’s not only the holiday season, it’s also heating season. That means that by New York City law, from October 31 to May 31 – a period designated as “Heat Season” – the following home heating standards are in effect:
Posted by admin on November 11, 2016
In our last blog post, we reported on the October 18 signing of Int. 642-A, a historic piece of legislation that will raise the biodiesel content of New York City’s Bioheat® fuel from 2% (B2) to 5% (B5) by October 2017 and then up to B20 by 2034. This increase, as we mentioned, will not occur overnight. To ensure a smooth transition that can meet the fuel demands and heating needs of all New Yorkers, Bioheat fuel’s biodiesel content will be increased incrementally over the next 18 years.
Posted by admin on October 19, 2016
Several New York Oil Heating Association members were on hand to witness the signing of the bill, which will raise New York City heating oil’s standard biodiesel component from 2% to 5% by October 2017 and incrementally to 20% by 2034, and the feeling of excitement in the room was palpable as Mayor de Blasio and company ushered in a new era for NYC Bioheat® fuel.