March 2018 Update

OHI Monthly Meeting – The next Oil Heat Institute monthly meeting will take place on Wednesday April 11, 2018. CARBON TAX BILL REINTRODUCED – H7400 & S2188– Energize Rhode Island: Clean Energy Investment and Carbon Pricing Act of 2018. The legislation proposes to establish a fee on companies that sell fossil fuels for consumption or distribution within the state. Scheduled for […]

Your Guide to Higher Efficiency & Greater Savings

Installing a new home heating system has never been easier, quicker, or more valuable for Rhode Island homeowners with oil heat. New technologies have made oil-fired boilers and furnaces even more efficient, and with state rebates alongside potential special offers from your energy provider, savings opportunities are easy to come by. What are the benefits […]

5 Easy Ways to Save Energy and Money This Winter

If you’ve recently upgraded your boiler or furnace to a high-efficiency system, there are still plenty of ways to improve energy efficiency and save even more on your fuel costs this heating season. We’ve put together a list of modifications and low-cost updates you can make to your current system to get more for your […]

Happy Holidays

from the Oil Heat Institute of Rhode Island! We hope that 2016 was a prosperous year for your business, and that you were able to take advantage of the many benefits OHIRI provides to its members. Member Benefits Include: Stay Informed. Keep up to date on the latest industry news and upcoming local/national legislative matters […]

RI Oil Heat Charitable Foundation

RI Oil Heat Charitable Foundation – Roberta Fagan, Executive Director of the Oil Heat Institute, Inc. ran on Sunday Oct 23, 2016 in the Citizens Pell Bridge race to raise funds for the RI Oil Heat Charitable Foundation 501 (c)(3). $2900 has been raised so far! Thank you for your support. Funds raised will go to help our most vulnerable […]

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