Fuel, Installations and Emergency Service
Founded in 1939 by Vincenzo Cortese, our family has been serving the energy needs of our customers in the Fairfield, Connecticut and Westchester, New York areas. Primarily established as “Cortese Fuel Co.,” we started with fuel oil delivery for the heating needs of our customers. In 1952, Dimetrio Cortese incorporated the company and changed the name to “New England Oil.”
After 78 years of servicing our community, the Cortese family continues to expand New England Oil Company. Today, we have grown to offer an array of energy services, including oil and diesel delivery, propane services, HVAC installation and maintenance and home energy audits and insulation. In 2013, the company name changed again to New England Total Energy to incorporate our full range of services. As our company continues to grow to accommodate our customers needs, our number one priority is still your health and safety.
The family believes in giving back to their community through donations and support for Women's Junior League of Greenwich, American Cancer Society, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving, Boys and Girls Club of America, Greenwich Tree Conservancy and many other local charities. Because of the company’s long legacy of excellent customer and community service, CT State Rep. Fred Camillo presented the family with a citation from the General Assembly designating October 19th, 2015 as “New England Total Energy Day.”
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Thank you to the Budkins Family for their loyalty to New England Total Energy for over a decade. Today Pat Servidio, a retired employee of 50 years, supervised the boiler replacement that Shawn Collins and Richard Diaz performed.
"Our furnace stopped functioning properly, and my purpose is to commend your service people, and specifically Mike, Joe and Richard who got it going in and after the snow bomb, and before this cold snap. House now perfectly warm."
"For Valentine's Day my love decorated the basement pink . . . via an oil tank leak . . . story of our lives. Luckily our amazing friends at New England Total Energy were there to save the day."