Understand Your Heating Options, Change the World

(5.7 million US homes1 still heat with 3.2 billion gallons2 of oil. Each one pumps out 6-9 tons of climate-changing CO2… Every year.)

Here’s Two Ways You Personally Can Help Solve Climate Change:

Cold Climate Heat Pump (CCHP)
with On-Site Solar

Solar Heating with heat pump
For smaller homes that use individual-room heaters, a CCHP with on-site solar energy production is a great way to heat green. Here’s how your building and location will effect comfort and cost.

Automated Wood Pellet Furnace for Central Heating Replacements

Central heating system distribution options

Homes with a central heating system can heat green by upgrading the furnace to one that runs on super-clean, renewable wood pellet fuel instead of oil or gas. Here’s how they work.

Pellet Furnace Basics:

How it Works

From the delivery truck to your furnace, wood pellet central heating is completely hands-off and convenient as oil heat. Just set the thermostat and you’ll be saving heating costs from day one.

Why it Matters

Carbon Reduction Graphic

If you live where winters get cold, heating is by far the biggest part of your carbon footprint. Switching from heating oil to renewable wood pellet fuel is your best way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Need help figuring out what kind of
heating system you have?

Browse the Library of Heat Emitters and you will be
heating science literate in no time.

Hydronic Baseboard
Steam Radiators
Forced Hot Air Floor Register
Fan-convector
Mini-Split Heat Pumps
Wall-vented gas heater

Need help figuring out what kind of
heating system you have?

Browse the Library of Heat Emitters and you will be
heating science literate in no time.

Footnotes:
(1.) https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/index.php?page=heating_oil_use
(2.) https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_cons_821dst_dcu_nus_a.htm