The report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlights some of the factors driving energy prices into the summer of 2015.Read More
Fuel for Thought
Good News for homeowners looking for an efficient and cost effective way to heat and cool your home!
The MassSave and Cool Smart Heat Pump Rebates that were due to expire on June 30th will extend until December 31, 2015. You now have an additional 3 months to take advantage of MassCEC rebates ranging from $750 to $3,375 and Cool Smart rebates that range from $150 to $300!Read More
The report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlights some of the factors driving energy prices for the 2015 heating season.Read More
Since installing 90 solar panels on the roof of our new garage I have been having many people ask me questions about my solar installation and if I think that it would be a good move for them. Here is my advice:Read More
The report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlights some of the factors driving energy prices for New Englanders the Spring of 2015 heating season.
My older brother, who lives in Maine and is not a customer of mine, called me last summer requesting my opinion about an offer that he got from his oil company. The offer was to fix his price for oil at $3.75 per gallon for the whole winter. This would mean that he would not pay more than $3.75 no matter how high the prices might go during the heating season.Read More
Here's the latest report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlighting some of the factors driving energy pricing for the Spring of 2015 heating season.
Here's the latest report below provided by Hedge Solutions highlighting some of the factors driving energy prices for the Spring of 2015 heating season.Read More
I recently attended the Northeast Biomass Conference held at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland Maine. It was a good showing for most of the principal manufacturers and suppliers of wood pellets in the Northeast. It was the place to be to find out about the future of wood pellet heating in our region. Pellet manufacturers from New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Canada were all there to make more pellets available to suppliers in New England for the upcoming heating season.Read More