Membership is open to any Oilheat dealer, equipment manufacturer, wholesaler, or other individual working for an Oilheat industry-related company. You will also automatically enjoy membership in the Empire State Energy Association (ESEA). You'll join hundreds of industry colleagues who share your concerns and who are working to create a more prosperous environment for independent petroleum marketers. ESEA is a member of the Energy Marketers of America (EMA), a national federation representing marketers in 47 states, so your membership expands your network capabilities and your ability to shape industry events.
Membership in UNYEA and ESEA affords you a strong voice in state and federal government matters. ESEA identifies and assesses new legislation that may impact your business and works vigorously to help shape governmental policy and outcomes. It introduces key legislation to help marketers better compete and maintain profitability and the viability of their marketplace as a whole, including compliance, taxation, transportation and other important issues.
The Upstate New York Energy Association supports its members with outstanding benefits that might not otherwise be available to a smaller company. These include:
Since 1992, The Upstate New York Energy Association has used its resources to demonstrate and educate consumers about the benefits of high-efficiency Oilheat systems. Through UNYEA's influence, thousands of renovations and new equipment sales were completed.
The Upstate New York Energy Association continues to be pro-active on behalf of its members. We look forward to continuing our tradition of research and education so that consumers in our area can continue to enjoy the benefits of Oilheat.Click Here to Login to the Member Area
In partnership with Project Carbon Freedom, we are pleased to offer the following customer engagement materials at no cost. Simply download from this page and print using your own vendor, or we can arrange for customization (i.e. adding your logo), printing and bulk shipping to your office. Contact UNYEA for more information.
This publication lists the Articles 12-A and 13-A fuel tax rates. The Article 13-A (petroleum business tax) rates are being adjusted effective January 1, 2022,* because the Tax Law requires an annual adjustment.
The new rate for 2022 will be 17.3 cents per gallon.
Regular: A sole proprietorship, a partnership or a corporation that is actively engaged in the retail sale of home heating fuels and has its principal office in, or actively markets in, one of the following forty-eight counties of New York: Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautaqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming or Yates. Such businesses in other counties may be considered for Participating Membership (see below).
In order to become a member of the Upstate New York Energy Association (UNYEA) you must become a member of the Empire State Energy Association. The ESEA Membership includes the UNYEA membership as well as many other benefits.Click here to apply for membership now!
Associate: This supportive category includes any individual or business entity engaged, directly or indirectly, in commercial activity related to the petroleum industry. Associate members are eligible to hold office as provided by the by-laws and may participate in all programs offered by UNYEA.
Participating: An individual or business entity described under "Regular" who does not actively market, or have its principal office, in the core counties listed but wishes to support UNYEA's educational and promotional activity, programs and standards. Such members are eligible to participate in all programs offered by UNYEA.
Sustaining Member: Includes any individual who is retired and is no longer engaged in an eligible business, or who formerly held regular membership status in UNYEA and has disposed of his/her business interests. This category provides for continuation in UNYEA programs.Click here to apply for membership now!