April 27, 2009 17:50 ET

New, Innovative Wood Pellets Bulk Delivery System From Debuts at "Heating the Northeast" Conference, April 29-30, 2009

NASHUA, NH and GOFFSTOWN, NH--(Marketwire - April 27, 2009) - "What the delivery truck did for home heating oil, our new wood pellets bulk delivery and automatic transfer system will do for wood pellet users," said Jon Strimling, President (

Heating the Northeast conference is slated for April 29-30 in Nashua, NH at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center. Mr. Strimling is a member of the conference's steering committee.

"Now, wood pellet users can have all the convenience of automatic home delivery, eliminating the physical labor of moving 40 pound bags from the store to the car to the stove or furnace. Coupled with sophisticated software that takes the worry out of scheduling deliveries, now homeowners user can break loose from the roller coaster of oil heat prices," Mr. Strimling added., the largest independent distributor of wood pellet fuel in the country, has been working to bring a more convenient and cost effective distribution system to American pellet consumers. The company currently offers bulk delivery throughout the country and Canada.

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"International news agency AFP reported yesterday that OPEC wants to see crude oil prices at $70 a barrel," Mr. Strimling added. "We think that U.S. homeowners should not let OPEC get away with raising heating prices this winter. One of the best ways is to learn how our new wood pellet bulk delivery and transfer systems can make heating with wood pellets as easy and convenient as heating with oil," he said.

The scope of the conference ranges from international biomass fuel suppliers and manufacturers to local New Hampshire businesses, including, New England Wood Pellet and BioHEAT USA, a North American distributor for innovative high-efficiency wood and wood pellet boilers. Participants will explore how the Northeast could move to a significant adoption -- or even a complete transfer -- to biomass heating, bringing with it jobs, a reduced carbon footprint, and a decreased dependence on fossil fuels and foreign oil.

"This event appeals to the technology sector, home heating industry, environmental activists, legislators focused on creating jobs and tax revenue, and the average consumer concerned with saving money on monthly heating bills," Mr. Strimling concluded.

New Hampshire Governor John Lynch, and former Pennsylvania Congressman John E. Peterson are among those scheduled to speak. Other scheduled speakers include: Charlie Niebling, General Manager, New England Wood Pellet; Charlie Levesque, President, Innovative Resource Solutions; Lennart Ljungblom, Publisher and Editor of The Bioenergy International in Stockholm, Sweden.

For more information or to register to attend, visit

Conference sponsors include: Propell Energy, New England Wood Pellet,, BioHEAT USA, Primary Packaging, Inc., Biomass Energy Resource Center, Biomass Commodities Corp., ACT BioENergy, Wellons FEI Corporation, Ernst Conservation Seeds, Inc., Viability Incentives, LLC, Schuld/Bushnell, International Wood Fuels, LLC, Biomass Combustion Systems.

About renewable biomass heating

Biomass solid fuel is locally available and comes in many forms from chunk wood to wood chips to wood and grass pellets. It is also created from natural byproducts such as saw dust shavings and other clean waste streams. Fuel manufacturers subscribe to sustainable forestry practices or use materials that would otherwise go to waste in producing fuel, making the process truly "green." When burned in appliances specifically designed for them, biomass solid fuels present a sensible, CO2-neutral alternative to fossil fuels.

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