Propane is already one of the most energy-efficient and clean-burning fuels around, and it’s only getting cleaner and greener.
Renewable propane is molecularly identical to conventional propane, but it’s not a fossil fuel. It’s made using organic materials like animal oils, vegetable oils, biomass and plant matter. This feedstock is abundant and inexpensive, and the resulting product has one half to one quarter of the carbon intensity of conventional propane. In fact, renewable propane is carbon neutral at the point of combustion, adding no new carbon to the atmosphere.
Renewable propane is a reliable, eco-friendly fuel that is poised to rapidly increase in supply over the next decade. It requires little to no modification of existing systems, making it a cheaper alternative to electrification efforts.
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