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Propane Distributor Sharp Energy Honored

Propane distributor Sharp Energy, headquartered in Georgetown, Del., received awards for “Best Gas Company of the Eastern Shore” and “Best Southern Delaware Gas Company – Sussex County” by The Metropolitan Magazine. The awards were presented as part of “The Best of the Eastern Shore” celebration hosted by the publication in October at The Standard in Salisbury, Md. Sharp Energy distributes propane to approximately ...

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NORA Project Yields New Boiler Design

It all started with a PON. That is, a “project opportunity notice.” The notice, issued by the National Oilheat Research Alliance, sought a design for a more efficient tankless coil boiler. Energy Kinetics, a manufacturer in Lebanon, N.J., decided to take up the challenge, but first the company had to set aside some reservations among its dealers about the whole ...

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Sprague Launches Mobile Application

Sprague Operating Resources, Portsmouth, N.H., launched Sprague RT, a mobile app specially designed for users of Sprague’s Real-Time online fuel-buying program. The Android and iOS app offers users the ability to view all of their active products and terminal locations as well as the real-time ticking price for each, the company says. Users can bid on products or buy at ...

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ADD Systems Promotes John Coyle to Vice President of Sales

John Coyle was promoted to vice president of sales for Advanced Digital Data (ADD) Systems, Flanders, N.J., the company said in a Nov. 14 announcement. Coyle has been with ADD Systems as sales manager since October 2013, and has used his more than 20 years of sales and managerial experience to work with sales and senior management to streamline the ...

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Pick Up Propane Implements Automated Filling

In the world of backyard barbecues, propane is America’s top fuel choice and 20lb propane cylinders dominate the retail marketplace. The empty cylinders are frequently exchanged for refilled replacements at local grocery stores, gas stations and big box retailers. These tank exchanges take place by the millions every year, and the numbers keep going up. In Jurupa Valley, Calif., Pick ...

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Engie and Clean Energy Collective to Develop Solar Energy in Northeast

Engie and Clean Energy Collective (CEC), Carbondale, Colo., a community solar developer and solutions provider, announced a plan to accelerate regional scaling of the community solar market in the Northeast U.S. Through a development agreement, the two companies will share financial and technological resources to develop and deploy a large-scale portfolio of community solar projects across several Northeastern states that will ...

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SMO Energy to Donate Home Heating Fuel

SMO Energy, a Wills Group company headquartered in La Plata, Md., will provide fuel certificates to nine organizations participating in a Safe Nights program. The certificates, each worth up to $500, will allow the organizations to secure home heating fuel for 17 locations in Charles County, Maryland, the company said. The nine organizations selected are all participants in Safe Nights ...

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2018 AHR Expo to Host Show’s Largest Education Program

The 2018 AHR Expo has expanded its seminar program, making it the largest education and training agenda in the Show’s history. The expansive program features more than 120 sessions including free best practices and industry trends seminars from leading HVACR organizations, professional certification opportunities, and continuing education programs from the ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI). The 2018 AHR Expo will be held Jan. ...

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Report: Southern New England Energy Conference

Observations on the future of heating oil linked a number of speakers, including Arthur Marin, executive director of the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management, and Carol Grant, commissioner of the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources, at the Southern New England Energy Conference in Newport, R.I. NESCAUM, based in Boston, is a nonprofit association of air quality agencies ...

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Women in Energy

Women in Energy hosted a sold-out “Lunch & Learn” at the Hershey Country Club in Hershey, Pa. The event included lunch, networking, and a program called Women in Energy: Leading and Succeeding. Judy Garber, past executive director of the National Association of Oil & Energy Service Professionals, moderated a panel discussion. Panelists included: Aubrey Bauman Kreider (marketing manager and sustainability lead, ...

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