There has been a lot of debate around the best types of fuel, and types of oil are best to use when heating and cooling the home. We use a significant amount of fuel to create energy for our homes’ utilities, so it is important that we find the right oils to use, not just for us individually in a home, but also for the benefits of the country and the planet.
PFO (Princeton Fuel Oil) is very proud to be the only dealer of BIOFUEL heating oil in our area.
Here are our seven important benefits of replacing your fuel with BIOFUEL heating oil.
- Abundantly Resourced. Perhaps the most famous benefit to biofuel oil is the fact that it can be easily created and sourced, unlike normal heating oil which is scarce. This is because biofuels can easily be manufactured using a wide range of different materials, which can include natural by-products such as crops or manure.
- Energy Is Renewable. Because of the fact that biofuel originates from natural by-products such as crops, biofuel can be easily renewed, meaning that it is much easier and quicker to create essential biofuels. Fuel is important for survival, and so the renewability of fuel is a key international issue.
- Reduced Cost. Biofuel oils can often be much cheaper for families and American households than other types of fuels. Particularly, as the supply of Biofuel increases across the nation, the cost of biofuel reduces. The efficiency of oil also couples with the low unit cost, helping us save money on our utility bills.
- Locally Sourced. Other fuels require the use of a dwindling supply of fossil fuels for their manufacture, which is expensive to obtain. In fact, we rely on foreign supplies of fossil fuels to create fuel that is not biofuel. However, as biofuel can be produced from crops and manure, it can be created and sourced locally. As a result, the supply of energy to American homes is more secure and sustainable.
- Jobs Are Created. The local agricultural industry can significantly benefit from greater production of biofuels. As they are produced from natural, agricultural by-products, many local jobs can be created as demand increases. Local demand and supply in turn benefits the local job market, which enhances local economic stimulation, boosting the economy.
- Lower Carbon Emissions. Many fuels produce significant amounts of carbon emissions which can be toxic and negatively impact the environment. In contrast, when biofuels are burned, fewer toxins are produced. The increased use of biofuels therefore helps to improve air quality.
- Less Air Miles. Thanks to the fact that biofuels can be locally sourced, their environmental footprint can be significantly reduced. Carbon emissions decrease due to reduced transportation of large amounts of fuel required to heat homes, not only in America but world-wide.
Would you like to know more about our biofuel? Would you like to swap to biofuel and enjoy its many benefits? Contact our team today to find out more.