Expand the sections below to learn more about CLEAN ENERGY
- Fossil fuels can generate a large amount of electricity at a single location.
- They can be found very easily.
- They are cost-effective.
- Transportation of oil and gas can be done easily through pipelines.
- They have become safer over time.
- Despite being a finite resource, it is available in plenty.
- Providing these products creates job security in American energy independence.
Elite Fuel Service has always been at the forefront of clean energy. Pennsylvania recently launched the mandatory distribution of Ultra-Low Sulfur Heating Oil (2020) but that has been our product for the past 12 years. We did the research; it was better for the environment, could be used in existing oil systems, and is ultimately cleaner and greener.
Combined with our Elite fuel additives, our heating oil, on-road and off-road diesel, and non-ethanol gasoline are among some of the premium quality products on the market today.
Propane is a low-carbon fuel alternative, listed as an approved clean fuel of the 1990 Clean Air Act. Whether used to heat water for your family, power a farm, or enjoy that fireplace ambiance, propane produces significantly fewer emissions than diesel, gasoline, and even electricity.
Our propane is treated with methanol, eliminating issues with your tank such as moisture and contaminants. And because it burns clean, it is non-toxic and is safe to burn without damaging the environment.
Carbon Footprint: The carbon footprint pricing program charges a carbon tax; a set dollar amount per square ton of carbon released through manufacturing and industry. Though the program (law) was not passed by the PA state court (Rubinkam, 2022,) Elite Fuel Service, along with the industry's leaders in PA and throughout the country, are already strategizing and enacting ways reduce our collective carbon footprint.
We encourage you to look at the science behind our fuel, the progress the industry has made, and the steps being taken by the fossil fuel administrations to produce clean energy. We also encourage you to look at your own carbon footprint. What changes can you make to decrease your carbon emission? You are purchasing clean fuel which is a start! Check for home upgrades (rebates too) that can improve your output. We are all just a tiny fraction of the carbon emission crisis however, small steps can make a big impact.