With heating season coming to a close in the Northeast, businesses, homeowners and other utility customers are looking back at their heating bills and thinking about how they might bring them down next year. While conservation is an option for some, many people aren't willing to sacrifice comfort to save money. Bioheat systems may provide some relief.

""The retail price of this fuel is between US $200 and US $300 per ton in the Northeast...The amount of energy that you can get out of that ton of biomass is about US $400 to $500 worth of oil today." -- Steve Walker, CEO, New England Wood Pellet