Bourne's offers Bioheat, biodiesel at new Montpelier, Vt., branch
Family-owned heating fuels, equipment and service company Bourne’s Energy held a grand opening celebration Sept. 26 for its new branch in Montpelier, Vt., where both Bioheat and on-road biodiesel will be available for its customers. The branch is located next to Kurrle Fuels at 366 East Montpelier Road.
“When a new Bourne’s Energy location opens up, it’s because we were asked to be there, and the same is true for Montpelier,” said Peter Bourne. “Montpelier is driven towards what’s best for Vermonters and supports being as ecofriendly and self-sufficient as possible. Our interest in the environment, our children and Vermont’s future match perfectly so it was no surprise people are receptive to Bourne’s being here.”
The new Bourne’s location comes with a bonus being positioned beside a local fuel dealer/transporter, Kurrle Fuels. Kurrle Fuels will soon be implementing a Bourne’s biodiesel pump giving customers an opportunity to purchase greener, cleaner fuel for their diesel powered vehicles and equipment.
Bourne's has delivered Bioheat to most its oil heat customers for the past couple of years, making it easy for anyone heating their home with traditional oil to reduce their carbon footprint. The same goes for wood pellets and propane.
Bourne’s Energy has six local offices throughout North and Central Vermont in Morrisville, Waterbury, Waitsfield, Lyndonville, Swanton and now Montpelier.