Unintended Consequences of Electrification, What You Need to Know

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Many politicians believe that converting to electricity from fossil fuels is the way to go to reduce our carbon footprint. However, is this really the case? This article discusses the truth regarding electrification, its associated costs, and a better and more affordable alternative solution, such as the use of biofuels.

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How Bioheat® Heating Oil Accelerates Decarbonization Of U.S. Energy

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One important shift in the Paris Agreement’s 2050 goal for netzero emissions is the decarbonization of US energy. What does this mean? How can it be achieved? Is there a simple solution? This article discusses the answers to these questions, some viable solutions, and more. Click the link to explore this topic.

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Bioheat® vs. Regular Heating Oil, What You Need To Know

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Homeowners who use fuel oil for home heating can utilize an environmentally-friendly heating oil blend of Ultra-low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULSHO) and biodiesel. Wilcox Energy delivers Bioheat® heating oil to all our clients. With this, our customers will receive the most sustainable and environmentally-friendly heating oil compared to regular heating oil.

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Net Zero Emissions: What You Need To Know

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Wilcox Energy recognizes the environmental impact of carbon-based fuels. As a result, we have been a leader in the heating oil industry with our commitment to developing Bioheat® heating oil, an alternative to carbon fuel. This article discusses how Bioheat® heating oil helps reduce carbon emissions to meet the net-zero goal of 2050.

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Bio-Diesel Explained: Alternative Fuel Facts & Data

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According to the US Department of Energy, biodiesel is one of a few different energy sources that use animal fats, recycled cooking oils, and plant oils as an alternative fuel. While other types of energy usage lead to increased emissions, this fuel source eliminates the need for petroleum-derived diesel fuel.

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Biofuels: Making Energy Out Of Plants

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Biofuels are an energy source that offers huge promise for the future. It is good for the environment, making it a safe choice in protecting the Earth from more damage. It is made from plant materials so it won’t run out. This aspect is unlike other sources of fuel that we currently depend on.

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Alternative Energy: How Biofuels Reduce Carbon Footprints

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It is not surprising that biofuels, fuel made from plants, are an important part of achieving alternative, more environmentally-friendly energy sources. They are renewable, which means they won’t run out in the future. This article includes a discussion on carbon footprints and Bioheat® heating oil as a means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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How Much Heating Oil Will I Use A Day?

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Homeowners that have a heating oil system will need to keep enough fuel in their tanks to keep their homes warm during the winter season. Knowing your heating oil consumption will help you determine if you have enough to last you all winter and when to schedule a heating oil delivery.

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Why Bio Fuel, Wind, & Solar Energy Can Lead To Sustainable Energy Use

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To reduce our carbon footprint, the country needs to move towards sustainable energy sources. Fueling homes with sustainable energy is a major goal designed to preserve and protect the environment. In this article, we explore a definition of sustainable energy, three types of sustainable energy sources, and how Wilcox Energy is leading the charge.

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