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Bioheat® Fuel and the path to Net-Zero Emissions

We have been helping our customers reduce their carbon emissions and improve their energy efficiency by offering a comprehensive suite of sustainable services, including renewable generation, asset monetization, carbon accounting, and many more to help you contribute to a greener future.   Another way Energo has been aiding in the fight against carbon emissions is […]

Prepare Now, So You Don’t Get Left Out In The Cold This Winter

The Current Landscape Many businesses in the New York City metro area rely on two energy sources for their heat and hot water: Natural gas AND heating oil. Better known as “Dual Fuel Customers,” these commercial properties rely on natural gas for most of the year. However, when the temperature drops and an interruption is […]

Time To Go Through Your Pre-Winter Checklist

Winter is around the corner, and Energo wants to make sure you are prepared before the temperatures start to drop. Here are a few things you can check off your list to ensure you are prepared for the winter. Tune-up Your Burner/Boiler Have you had your annual boiler/burner tune-up and inspection? If you didn’t get […]

No. 4 Oil Phase Out: Is Your Building Prepared for the Switch?

In February 2023, the New York City Council passed a bill requiring building owners across the city to end the use of No. 4 oil by July 1, 2027 – the city had originally planned to ban the fuel by 2030. Known as Introduction 470-A, the amended bill expedites the timeline by three years to […]

High Heating Oil Prices Explained

There is a chill in the air, and while many are starting to think about heating their homes and properties this winter, some are feeling a bit apprehensive in light of the heating oil prices they’re seeing. Unfortunately, these prices and this volatility isn’t anything new. In fact, we’ve been monitoring the volatility we’ve experienced […]

We Stand Ready to Deliver

At Energo, our experienced team of in-house energy experts continue to monitor the extreme price volatility in the energy markets. As mentioned this past summer, there are a number of factors creating this uncertainty. We recognize the effect this uncertainty has on our customers and their businesses. Therefore, as you prepare for the upcoming heating season, it’s […]

Are You Prepared for the Winter Heating Season?

At Energo, we want you to be prepared for the winter heating season before temperatures begin to drop. Preparing in advance can protect your budget and provide peace of mind. Here are a few helpful steps you can take this fall to ensure you’re prepared for the winter. Fixed and Market Based Pricing With the ongoing uncertainties of energy […]

Why Are Fuel Prices Still Rising?

Back in May, we wrote about the record low diesel inventories and record high prices due to a reduced number of refineries, backwardation, and an increase in worldwide demand for fuel. And here we are one month later. Has anything changed? In mid-May, the price of a regular gallon of gasoline was averaging $4.33 across […]

East Coast Sees Record Low Inventories and Record High Prices

If you’ve driven by a gas station recently, you’ve definitely seen very high prices. The price for a gallon of regular gasoline is averaging $4.33 across the United States, but diesel is averaging over $1 more, at $5.62 per gallon, up nearly 60% since January. In fact, on the East Coast, it isn’t unusual to […]

Don’t Forget To Treat Your Tank

Did you know that your oil tank needs maintenance too? Energo offers a chemical treatment that can be done yearly and helps to eliminate sludge buildup. All oil tanks will eventually build up a layer of sludge that consists of dirt, debris, water, rust flakes, and microorganisms. The sludge can then make its way into […]

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On May 1st, 2024, Energo Power and Gas, LLC (“Energo”) and Sprague Operating Resources, LLC (“Sprague”) finalized an asset purchase agreement whereby Energo’s natural gas operations will be transitioned over time to Sprague.

This transaction does not affect Energo’s heating oil and mechanical services divisions.

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