In 2018, New Hampshire joined its neighboring states in making the switch to ultra-low sulfur (ULS) heating oil. As your resource for everything energy in our state, you can count on EMANH for the latest industry news, realtor and dealer directories, energy-saving tips, and more.
Oil heat has been the top choice for homeowners in New Hampshire for decades. With its reputation for reliable heat output, safe operation, and budget-friendly pricing, it’s no surprise why residents across the state have chosen oil stay warm during the coldest winters. Today, oil heat continues to advance to meet the growing demands of consumers. Oil heat in New Hampshire burns cleaner than ever before and is compatible with the latest heating technology to provide greater energy and cost savings.
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In 2018, New Hampshire will be joining its neighboring states in making the switch to ultra-low sulfur (ULS) heating oil. ULS heating oil has only 15 parts per million sulfur content, compared to traditional heating oil’s 4,000 parts per million. Lower sulfur content in heating oil translates into a cleaner burn, which is better for the environment and the longevity of our heating systems. Learn more about what makes ULS heating oil great for oil consumers and New Hampshire here.
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