NORA Launches Podcast: ‘In the LOOP’

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A new podcast series looks at how the liquid fuel heating industry lowers carbon emissions from homes along with an emphasis on heating system efficiencies and technical education, the National Oilheat Research Alliance announced.

NORA has released the first episode of its new podcast series, “In the Loop with NORA.”

Episode 1 looks at how quickly and effectively low-carbon liquid fuels can be integral in reducing a home’s carbon output to below zero. Hear how Dr. Thomas Butcher, NORA Technical Director, has converted his typical Long Island, NY house into a Net Zero Carbon Home by partnering Bioheat fuel with solar panels. 

According to Dr. Butcher. “It shows that the liquid fuel industry has a pathway to achieve net-zero emissions very quickly.There is a strong value in reducing carbon emissions now…and we can do it.”

NORA’s President, Michael Devine, offered his vision for the new series. “Future episodes of ‘In the Loop with NORA’ will take a deeper look at research initiatives, equipment considerations, renewable fuels, carbon reduction and technical education. NORA and the entire liquid heating fuels industry have been on an accelerated path to eliminating carbon from home heating. In The Loop with NORA gives NORA the opportunity to share all this good technical & training information in an easy to digest and entertaining conversational format. With availability at NORAweb.org, along with major podcast platforms, ‘In the Loop with NORA’ can be listened to almost anywhere.”

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To hear Episode 1 and future episodes, go to www.IntheLoopwithNORA.org or visit NORA.web.org.

In the Loop with NORA is also currently available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon Music.
NORA was authorized by Congress in 2000 to generate funding, from within the industry, allowing the liquid fuel industry to provide more efficient and more reliable heat and hot water to consumers. NORA’s efforts focus on energy efficiency, environmental responsibility, safety, research and development, and professional education, with particular emphasis on transitioning heating oil and its appliances to a low-carbon source of heat and hot water. For more information on NORA’s activities go to NORAweb.org or contact NORA at info@noraweb.org.

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