- 5.7 million US homes still heat with oil.
- That’s 3.2 billion gallons of oil annually.
- Each pumps out 4-9 tons of climate-choking CO2 every year.
Today, the biggest market trend is switching from heating oil to natural gas and that’s even worse.
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