If you’re searching for a renewable energy option for your home, often the final decision comes down to cost. It makes sense; there are more clean fuel alternatives out there than ever before, but it all boils down to what works for your budget. Bioheat® fuel is one of the most affordable renewable heating fuels available because it doesn’t require any additional costs to convert. How do those savings stack up? Read on to get the run down on Bioheat® fuel and the cost savings that comes with it.

No Need to Spend on Heating System Conversions

The first major factor in Bioheat® fuel’s affordability is the fact that it is compatible with existing heating systems. You heard right! You don’t have to splurge for new equipment or modify your home to start using Bioheat® fuel. Comparatively, converting a home to all-electric heat with ductless mini-split heat pumps can cost upwards of $20,000.

BIOHEAT® FUEL VS. ELECTRICITY COST SAVINGS

Long-Term Savings with High-Efficiency Equipment

Your Bioheat® fuel is made by blending heating fuel with renewable biodiesel. Biodiesel is made from a variety of readily available feedstocks. All these feedstocks are waste products or by-products of existing food supply lines, reducing greenhouse gas emissions significantly. Because a variety of surplus feedstocks are used, biodiesel and renewable diesel achieve emissions reductions of at least 50% compared to petroleum diesel, which means cleaner air and significant health benefits. 

Manageable Heating Bills

Bioheat® fuel is competitively priced per gallon, comparable to other liquid heating fuels on the market. Market prices can vary, so it’s a good idea to check with your heating provider to see if they offer any prompt-pay discounts or payment plan options. Most local heating companies offer payment programs that allow customers to spread annual heating costs into smaller, even monthly payments throughout the year to make heating bills easier to manage.  

Available Today

Looking for Bioheat® fuel in your area?

Get started with a quick Internet search, including your town name, county, and state—more and more providers are delivering Bioheat® fuel now. If you can’t find a provider near you, contact your state energy association listed below.

Are You a Fuel Provider?

If you’re a heating oil dealer interested in becoming a Bioheat® fuel provider, we can help. Please fill out the adjacent contact form, and a member of our supply chain outreach team will contact you as soon as possible.