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Russian eggs in one basket

Some of the old district heating systems from the Soviet days are in such bad shape that people are going without heat and hot water for months. Here's a story about one such town. Count your blessings. Read More

Ya snooze, ya lose.

It's the only time this all-technical Night School will be in the area. Ya snooze, ya lose.  October 15 in beautiful Timonium, Maryland. Read More

Radiant cooling at Sam's

The new Sam's Club in Sacramento, CA has radiant cooling in the floor and some other interesting features. Wal-Mart (owner of Sam's) is moving more and more in the green direction because it makes good business sense. Here's the story. Read More

Last chance for Classic Hydronics in Maryland

We're just about sold-out for this one. It's the only time this all-technical Night School will be in the area. Ya snooze, ya lose.  October 15 in beautiful Timonium, Maryland. Read More

Heating oil prices cool down as winter approaches

Here's a good look at where prices will probably go in the cold months to come. Click HERE for the article. Read More

Oil Heat Cares About West Haven Couple

A West Haven couple is getting a new boiler, chimney and sense of hope from a national program called "Oil Heat Cares."  A new boiler is an expensive and labor intensive project. But with every part installed in the basement, on Island Avenue, it means a chance for Carl and Kristy MacLeod to put their own life back together. The rest of the story is HERE. Read More

National Grid to propose lower winter gas rate

National Grid, the energy delivery company, said that it will ask the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities to approve natural gas commodity rates that are on average 18 percent lower than those from last winter. Click for the rest of the story. Read More

U.S. company and Chinese move changes the solar game

First Solar and China have reached a memorandum of understanding to build a huge solar plant in Mongolia. First Solar specializes in PV, not solar thermal, which is significant because the Chinese have been focusing on solar thermal of late. The story.  Also in The New York Times Business section, September 9, 2009 Read More

HeatingHelp on Twitter

HeatingHelp.com has set up a Twitter account. Here's a link. Follow us and we'll keep you up-to-date on what's going on here on the site and throughout the heating industry. Tweet!How to use Twitter video: http://www.howcast.com/videos/149055-How-To-Use-Twitter Read More

Sunoco to sell retail heating oil business

U.S. oil refiner Sunoco Inc (SUN.N) said on Wednesday it would sell its retail heating oil and propane distribution business to Superior Plus Corp (SPB.TO) for $82.5 million in cash. Click HERE for the rest of the story. Read More
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