5 Types of Renewable Energy Sources: The Future Of Energy

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The future of energy lies in renewable energy sources as they’ll also make it possible to continue enjoying the same levels of comfort, convenience, and safety that we presently know. In this article, we’re going to review 5 renewable energy sources in detail. Click here to explore more information on this topic.

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Is Biofuel A Renewable Energy Source?

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The evidence is very clear regarding biofuels. Many trusted and reputable sources tell us that biofuel is indeed a renewable form of energy. In this article, we discuss a brief primer on renewable energy, two types of biofuels, and the global & personal benefits of switching to biofuel to heat your home.

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What Is That Whistling Sound During An Oil Delivery?

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During an oil delivery, you might notice a whistling sound coming from your oil tank. This may be alarming, but there’s nothing to worry about. This whistle is a normal sound that the oil tank vent alarm makes. This article discusses the heating oil vent alarm and its importance during a fuel delivery.

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What Is A Green Or Renewable Energy Source?

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The oil industry is continuously working to develop green energy solutions. In this article, we explore how carbon impacts the environment as well as an in-depth definition of green energy sources. We also include a discussion on how Bioheat® heating oil qualifies as a green energy source and the benefits that come with it.

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Instant Carbon Footprint Calculator, Measure Your Impact On The Environment

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The first step in determining your impact on the environment is by measuring your carbon footprint. By understanding the impact that you make, you can change your lifestyle choices to help reduce the negative effects of environmental change. Wilcox Energy strives to help environmentally conscious individuals by moving towards a carbon-neutral heating solution.

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What Are The Pros Of Oil-Fired Water Heaters?

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Most households use a water heater because hot water is used for bathing, cooking, and cleaning. If you use heating oil for home heating, you can also utilize an oil-fired water heating system. Oil-fired water heaters offer many advantages to oil-heat homes. This article discusses a few of them.

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Bioheat® Heating Oil: Clean Energy For Your Home & Business

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There are many differing opinions & articles about the best options with regards to clean energy for heating your home or business. Unfortunately, the information presented to consumers is not always completely upfront and truthful. In this article, we discuss clean energy in Connecticut and how Wilcox Energy can help you reduce your carbon footprint.

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Does Heating Oil Go Bad?

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Homeowners usually stock up on heating oil before winter so that they don’t run out during the peak of the season. Some even get more than they need just as a safety precaution. As a result, they may have excess oil when winter ends, leading them to wonder if this heating oil will go bad,

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What Is Renewable Energy?

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Due to the adverse effects on the environment due to global warming and pollution, governments across the nations are quickly embracing renewable energy sources that are typically more affordable, environmentally friendly, sustainable, and easily located. In this article, we share an in-depth look at renewable energy and the many benefits that come with it.

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Biodiesel: Paving The Way Of The Future

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Wilcox Energy is staying ahead of the curve and producing combination fuels that drastically reduce carbon emissions. By blending biodiesel and ultra-low sulfur heating oil (ULSHO), we are able to provide a fuel that is not only friendly to the environment but also to the heating systems in your home.

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