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According to the latest census data, Vermonters heat their homes with heating oil (55%), natural gas (14%), propane (15%), wood (10%) and electricity (4%). Many Vermonters use more than one fuel, burning more cordwood and wood pellets, for example, when oil or propane prices rise.
Heating Fuel Prices and Savings With the Energy Co-op of Vermont
The Vermont Department of Public Service issues a monthly report on VT heating fuel prices. The report compares prices for the most commonly used Vermont heating fuels: oil, kerosene, propane, natural gas, cordwood, wood pellets, coal and electricity. The Energy Co-op of Vermont’s heating oil prices are usually below Vermont averages.
Easy Convenient Monthly Payments
No-one likes big winter energy bills that often arrive right after the holidays. That’s why more than 700 Energy Co-op of Vermont members sign up for our Smart Choice and Easy Pay plans to spread their oil kerosene and wood pellet payments over eight to eleven months.
Heating Fuel Options from the Energy Co-op of Vermont
The Energy Co-op currently delivers the following fuels to Vermont homes:
- Heating Oil - The most widely used heating fuel in the Green Mountain State
- Kerosene - A popular alternative heating fuel for outdoor tanks
- Wood Pellets - An increasingly popular and efficient way to heat Vermont homes
The Energy Co-op is a fuel dealer that wants to sell you less fossil fuel. That’s better for you, Vermont’s economy, and our planet.