October 17, 2012

CT firm opens NY bioheat facility

Greenwich energy company Westmore Fuel has opened a new 1.2 million gallon BioHeat supply plant in Port Chester, N.Y. to serve customers in Fairfield County and Westchester County, N.Y.

Westmore first began selling BioHeat in 2008, which is a new heating fuel comprised of renewable and cleaner burning fuels made from agricultural oils.

The addition of the supply plant will help the company increase the amount of BioHeat sold in Connecticut and New York, said company owner Rick Bologna.

The supply plant is a collaboration between Westmore, the Clean Cities Coalition, the National Biodiesel Board, Ultra Green Energy Services, LLC., and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

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