The New York State Energy Coalition in partnership with Clean Fuels Alliance America would like for you to join us to learn how you and your company should prepare for the New York City ban on gas and oil slated to begin in 2024, as well as the potential for New York State to also enact an all-electric building code.
New York City has banned combustion of natural gas and heating oil in all new buildings, not just the equipment, but the fuel itself.
Learn, Share & Grow – An Industry Update
June 28, 2022
Registration & Breakfast, 9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.
10:00 a.m. Session Begins, Ends 1:00 p.m.
Marriott New York LaGuardia Airport
102-05 Ditmars Blvd., East Elmhurst, NY 11369
The governor has said she supports a statewide ban. Already enacted legislation calls for all-electric heating. But there is a small window of opportunity for our industry, and we want to help you prepare to establish your prevent defense to avoid being a victim of eroded market opportunities or worse being legislated out of business.
As you may already know the NYC ban allows for higher blends of Bioheat fuel, the good news is a statewide B50 bill has been introduced, and New York State’s climate plan does advocate for “bioenergy” including Bioheat fuel. We already have a seat at the table, and now is the time to use it. During this session we will share the progress that our industry has made towards decarbonizing the home heating oil markets which will have a positive impact both to you and your customers. The session will be informal in structure with open dialogue between you and our team so that all your questions are addressed enabling you to meet the challenges facing the markets and the opportunities that exist to overcome them.
This event will be tailored to you and your concerns. Over the past decade industry leaders have successfully overcome operational and technical challenges associated with biodiesel blends. Albeit B20 is now the common blend in many fuel dealer shops and blends as high as B50 are also being successfully distributed in companies throughout New England. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, share and grow. Transitioning to low-carbon liquid fuels is not an option any longer, it is a necessity. The industry’s future growth is dependent upon fuel dealers like yourself to understand the pathway to net zero, and how to share this story with their customers, on June 28th we will continue this journey together.
You can register for this free event by calling Vicki at either number below extension 221 or for more information contact Rocco J. Lacertosa, 212-695-1380 x 201, email@example.com.