Bourne's Energy Fueling the future


In today’s world, energy efficiency and sustainability are more important than ever. As a fuel provider in Vermont for the last 75 years we’ve seen the changes taking place and in the mid 1990s we started working to reduce our impact and help our customers make better choices by offering sustainable solutions and reducing their fuel consumption.  That’s where biofuel and specifically B99 home heating comes into play.

B99 for Home Heating

What is B99?

Biofuel is a liquid fuel that is produced from renewable resources. It can be blended with conventional oil in any percentage. Learn more about biofuel over on our Biofuel page. The biofuel blend is named for the percentage of Bio in it. So B99 is 99% renewable biofuel with just a splash of conventional oil added to it. It’s the highest blend of biofuel available to the general market and Bourne’s Energy has been offering it to Vermonters for many years.

B99 is a renewable and clean-burning alternative to traditional heating fuels like oil or natural gas. It is derived from renewable resources such as soybean oil, animal fats, and even recycled cooking oil. In fact, the B99 that Bourne’s Energy sells is made from recycled cooking oils collected from around New England! B99 is considered a sustainable fuel because it significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on fossil fuels.

Benefits of B99 Home Heating

Environmentally Friendly

One of the primary advantages of using B99 for home heating is its environmental friendliness. B99 is a low-carbon fuel that releases fewer harmful emissions, such as carbon dioxide and sulfur, into the atmosphere compared to traditional heating fuels. By switching to B99, you can reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a cleaner and healthier planet.

Energy Independence

B99 is produced from domestically sourced renewable resources. This reduces our dependence on foreign oil and provides a more reliable and secure energy source. By choosing B99, you are helping to support local economies and reduce our nation’s reliance on imported fossil fuels.

High Energy Efficiency

B99 is known for its high energy efficiency, meaning it can produce more heat energy per gallon than some other heating fuels. This efficiency can result in lower heating bills and a more cost-effective solution for homeowners.

Compatibility with Existing Systems

B99 can be used in most existing oil heating systems without the need for significant modifications. This makes it a convenient choice for homeowners looking to transition to a more sustainable fuel without a major equipment overhaul. Switching to B99 doesn’t add any additional cost to your home heating and requires no new equipment. We have many customers using B99 without any changes to their systems.

B99 is produced from renewable resources, making it a sustainable long-term solution for home heating. As long as we have restaurants using cooking oil, we can continue to produce B99 and reduce our reliance on finite fossil fuels.

How to Get Started with B99 Home Heating?

Check Compatibility: We’ll set up an on-site visit to check your oil heating system to ensure that it is compatible with B99. In most cases, there aren’t any changes needed, or only VERY minor adjustments.

Ensure you have proper storage for your B99 fuel. It’s essential to store it in a clean, dry, and secure location.

Like any heating system, regular maintenance is crucial. Schedule annual check-ups with Bourne’s Energy to keep your B99 system running efficiently.

B99 home heating is an excellent choice for homeowners who want to make a positive impact on the environment while enjoying the benefits of energy-efficient and cost-effective heating. By choosing B99, you can reduce your carbon footprint, support a local family-owned company, and contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable future. Make the switch to B99 today and experience the warmth of eco-friendly heating in your home. We’re doing our part. Now it’s your turn. Switch to B99 from Bourne’s Energy.

Call 800-326-8763 to talk with our team about switching to B99 to heat your Vermont home.