EUB increases margin in New Brunswick
The New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board awarded an increase of 5.2 cents per litre to the margin of home heating oil on Feb. 6. Williiam Gould, president of COHA New Brunswick, viewed the decision as a positive step in the right direction, but added that much more work is needed to be done to continue to keep the industry viable.
About the Canadian Oil Heat Association
The Canadian Oil Heat Association was established in 1983 by a group of fuel oil dealers who knew the value of working collectively on matters that affected the oilheat industry. Since then, COHA has grown into a national body boasting a membership of over four hundred oilheat professionals, including fuel oil dealers, major oil companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, contractors, trainers, and other professionals. A voluntary membership organization, COHA serves as the industry’s voice to provincial and federal regulators and government decision makers on matters of policy, safety, and certification. COHA works with government and other stakeholders to foster a sustainable business environment for its members. As a national organization, COHA is comprised of provincial chapters in Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador focusing on provincial regulatory, training, and promotion activities.