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NYPGA

New York Propane Gas Association

The New York Propane Gas Association (NYPGA) is a member-focused trade organization providing services that communicate, educate and promote the propane industry in New York.

The association, formed in 1948, offers opportunities to learn through training and networking with peers and to assist with legislative issues that contribute to operating a safe and successful industry.

Because the industry is highly regulated, the NYPGA continues to focus on education, networking, representing the interests of New York’s propane businesses to the government and assisting members in remaining current on important regulations in the propane industry.

The New York Propane Gas Association is one of many state and regional propane gas associations affiliated with the National Propane Gas Association.

nypropane.com
PGANE

Propane Gas Association of New England

The Propane Gas Association of New England (PGANE) is a regional alternative energy trade association representing members of the propane industry in the six New England States. We exist to serve the propane industry by promoting safety, education and public awareness of the uses and environmental and health benefits of propane.

Our core activities include educating informing and lobbying and influencing a variety of stakeholders about the benefits of propane, expanding propane markets and uses, promoting compliance with standards and good business practices among our member companies, and facilitating knowledge transfer and thought leadership and innovation through networking.

Our membership includes the nation’s largest propane companies and numerous small companies who are often family owned and operated, many for several generations. Regular communication with our membership, ongoing educational offerings, and advocacy in the six state capitals for business friendly legislation which continues to promote clean energy and public and employee safety are some of our regular activities.

We meet several times each year and are run by a board of directors consisting of twenty-five of our members. Our small staff of four full-time associates work diligently to provide value to our members and the general public.

We often field questions and direct members and consumers to the appropriate sources for help if we cannot help them ourselves. We are here to be your resource for everything propane!

pgane.org
HVOEC

Hudson Valley Oil & Energy Council

The Hudson Valley Oil & Energy Council (HVOEC) was first organized in 1959 and incorporated for the following purposes:

1. To promote greater comfort, convenience and safety in residential and commercial occupancy by research and application of advanced methods of heating, cooling and air conditioning. In so doing disseminating such knowledge to consumers and applicators of such appliances, methods and fuels.

2. To promote a more encouraging and friendly intercourse among those engaged in the sale and installation of fuels, equipment and allied endeavors, and to act in concert with groups and individuals holding similar aims.

The council members are listed on this website, as are the associate members who operate businesses associated with Oilheat. There are two general membership meetings per year and monthly meetings for the Board of Directors.

hvoec.org
EMANH

Energy Marketers Association of New Hampshire

We are committed to supporting local heating oil providers and promoting the use of oil heat in our state. Membership is also open to propane and other HVAC companies. Members have access to beneficial perks, including training sessions, networking events, and latest industry news.

EMANH offers a variety of training for oil heat professionals in our state. From certification renewals to full courses, EMANH training sessions are designed to promote continuing education for technicians, customer service representatives, and more. Resources for New Hampshire oil dealers and HVAC providers to develop their services and grow their customer base.

Explore consumer outreach tools like marketing materials that promote oil heat, industry advancements, and customer rebates.

energymarketersassociationnh.com
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