Nov 28th Vote: Ban Sale Of New Gasoline Vehicles

Nov 28th Vote: Ban Sale Of New Gasoline Vehicles

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: NOVEMBER 28, THE CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S REGULATION REVIEW COMMITTEE WILL VOTE ON WHETHER OR NOT TO ULTIMATELY BAN THE PURCHASE OF NEW GASOLINE VEHICLES. If approved, this would be a done deal and mandate the sale of electric vehicles only...
Biodiesel Takes Center Stage at CT Energy Expo

Biodiesel Takes Center Stage at CT Energy Expo

You can literally see the difference between #biodiesel and our ultra-low sulfur heating oil. The CEMA team spent three days at the Connecticut Energy Expo at the Convention Center in Hartford last week promoting the benefits of biodiesel. The bottomline is this: we...
West Hartford Business Owner Is CEMA’s New Chairman of the Board

West Hartford Business Owner Is CEMA’s New Chairman of the Board

STEPHEN J. SACK JR. SAYS HE’LL HELP THE HOME HEATING OIL INDUSTY IN CONNECTICUT TRANSITION TO A GREENER FUTURE. “I’m proud that my peers have faith in me to be able to do this and to help guide CEMA in the right direction. I am proud of what I’ve done but I haven’t...
Biodiesel Has Same Impact On Environment As Planting Trees

Biodiesel Has Same Impact On Environment As Planting Trees

Using renewable biodiesel lowers greenhouse gas emissions and has a similar impact on the environment as planting trees. Used cooking oil, and another discarded food waste like soybean oil, is turned into renewable biodiesel in Connecticut, and is used to heat homes....
Nov 28th Vote: Ban Sale Of New Gasoline Vehicles

How Your Greasy Food is Helping to Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions

For more informationContact Shelly Sindland860-992-9045shellysindland@ctema.com FROM FRENCH FRIES TO FUEL: A NEW CONNECTICUT LAW IS DRAMATICALLY CUTTING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS WHILE CHANGING THE WAY CONNECTICUT RESIDENTS HEAT THEIR HOMES! PRESS ADVISORY:Press...