November 2023

Welcome to the November digital edition of Fuel Oil News magazine!

Heat pumps are a hot potato: That was an alternative headline we considered for our cover story. The article reports details of a paper that explores unintended unhelpful outcomes of federal funding for the devices.

An article on the Southern New England Energy Conference reports that Michael Ferrante, head of the Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association, and other speakers, sounded the alarm about Clean Heat Standards.

An update on renewable propane describes the arrival of that fuel in at least three New England states: Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont.

This issue also features our 2023 Sourcebook, which is a useful guide to equipment manufacturers, information technology systems, and service providers. Rounding off the issue is our annual Roundup of Burners & Components, including the latest on UL-listed B-100 burners available from Carlin Combustion Technology and R.W. Beckett.


Additional highlights of the November issue of Fuel Oil News include:

  • Heat Pumps: Are They All That?
  • Southern New England Energy Conference: Beware Clean Heat Standards
  • Update: Renewable Propane Comes to New England
  • Sourcebook: A Guide to Products and Suppliers
  • Roundup: Burners & Accessories
  • And more!

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