You’re probably already pretty familiar with propane and how much it can do for your Connecticut home. It’s one of the cleanest and most efficient fuel options available. It’s also extremely versatile. Propane can run a variety of your home’s appliances. And propane appliances run more efficiently (and cost-effectively) than their electric counterparts. That’s good for your budget’s bottom line and the environment. Propane’s efficiency and availability in the US contribute to its low carbon profile. It’s a natural by-product of energy production and doesn’t require any expensive infrastructure for its production or delivery.
Renewable propane is molecularly identical to traditional propane. The two can be mixed and used interchangeably. None of your propane appliances need to be altered in any way to start using renewable propane. The only real difference between traditional propane and renewable propane is where they come from. Because renewable propane isn’t made from fossil fuels, it presents several advantages to the environment.
Renewable propane is made from a mix of waste residues and sustainably sourced materials like agricultural waste products, cooking oil, and meat fats. It’s commonly a coproduct of biodiesel production. Because renewable propane has so many natural sources, it has the potential to be widely available.
Yes! Renewable propane benefits the environment in two primary ways:
America has a few renewable propane refineries, and more are in the works. Commercial production plants are also being developed across Europe. Renewable propane represents the next step towards a zero-carbon-emissions future. Visit RenewablePropaneGas.com to learn more.
You already know that propane is clean-burning, cost-effective, versatile, abundant, and efficient. Hopefully, you also know that Hocon provides reliable propane delivery at a reasonable price for the residents of central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
You can count on Hocon to deliver your propane on time, every time. Contact us today to learn more or to request a delivery.