Oil heat industry will meet in Charlottetown


Members of the oil heating industry will visit one of Canada’s most picturesque little cities this year.

Cleaner Heat 2016, the annual conference of the Canadian Oil Heat Association, will take place in Charlottetown June 7-9 at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel.

A full slate of activities is planned, including numerous educational sessions. Attendees will receive an update on the steps that COHA is taking to tackle a number of industry issues. Oil burner training will be front and centre with representatives of various trade colleges reporting. There will be a session on oil spills and the due diligence that industry members need to take. Contractors can count on some marketing assistance in “Top ten reasons to heat with oil.” Another session will look at ways to improve heating efficiency without replacing the entire appliance. There will also be seminars on the PEI Home Heat Tank Program and commissioning, including correct setup and documentation.

An industry specific trade show will feature the newest equipment and ideas.

It won’t be all work, however – the oil heating industry knows how to have fun! The COHA Golf Tournament will take place at the beautiful Fox Meadow Golf Course. There will be a group tour of the Rossignal Winery. The event will close with the Light up the Night White Party, where participants are encouraged to dress in white for a night of entertainment and dancing.

For more information, visit www.cleanerheat.ca or call 1-800-257-1593.


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