The Power of Propane
Propane is often forgotten or simply ignored when it comes to powering a home or office. Not only can it help save more on energy bills, it also may come as a surprise that propane is in fact, a green fuel. With nearly zero harmful emissions, propane burns clean and powers more efficiently than natural gas for a significantly lower environmental impact.
Propane: A Sustainable Solution
Today, more and more safe, reliable, and economical renewable approaches are being adopted to ensure we drastically reduce our carbon footprint. Renewable propane is the solution. Nearly identical in chemical structure to traditional propane, it’s the low-carbon alternative that has a positive impact on the environment.
Propane means better
Propane is net zero, which means it achieves a balance between emissions produced and emissions taken out of the atmosphere. Read the PDF to find out with propane, clean means better.
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Propane environmental fact sheet
What to see what you can do to get on the path to zero? Read the PDF to see the unique chemistry and capabilities of propane, from renewable resources to better efficiency and cleaner energy.
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Because it burns at a higher temperature than natural gas, it uses less propane than gas to get spaces to the right, comfortable temperature even faster. Propane generates over twice the BTUs per cubic foot, so you use less—but can do more.
With a much lower carbon content, propane is considered a cleaner, greener fuel energy source. It’s also EPA-approved because of the low amount of waste when combusted, making it less impactful to the environment than coal-powered electricity plants.
You can switch with the environment in mind. Propane won’t harm water, plants, or animals. And it won’t pollute the soil even if a leak occurs because it becomes a harmless vapor. It dissipates quickly and is not an air pollutant and contributes to fewer dioxide emissions.
Propane performs just as any other competitive energy source—but with higher energy efficiency—so the savings are passed on to the user. And with many statewide incentives, you can use propane as a clean fuel alternative—for less.