Propane is one of the most affordable ways to reduce harmful emissions while meeting your energy needs. It helps keep the air we breathe clean, and it reduces greenhouse gases that hurt the planet. It’s even listed as an approved, clean fuel in the 1990 Clean Air Act.
Because it’s better for the environment than other energy sources, propane helps you feel good about your energy decisions.
Kilowatt for kilowatt, propane produces fewer emissions than electricity.
Unlike natural gas, propane does not emit methane when burned.
Propane has the lowest carbon content of any fossil fuel.
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Propane can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by replacing heavy carbons like coal, oil, and even wood. It also produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than diesel, gasoline, and electricity.
Propane is a better choice for your backyard barbecue, too! Propane emits 50% less carbon dioxide than a charcoal grill.
Protect the Environment
When released into the air, propane simply vaporizes and dissipates — it doesn’t contaminate groundwater, drinking water, or sensitive ecosystems. Because it’s non-toxic and non-caustic, propane is safe for people and the environment.
Bottom line: You'll save on energy costs while doing better by the environment
Make Your Business Greener
Propane is an affordable clean energy choice for businesses that need to meet strict state and local emissions regulations. From agriculture to industrial services to construction, propane-powered equipment can reduce fuel costs by 30-50% while limiting the release of greenhouse gases and air pollutants.
Burn Less Fuel
Propane-powered heating systems, equipment and appliances are more energy-efficient than their electric counterparts. And, because propane burns hotter than natural gas, you can use less fuel to provide the same amount of energy.