Propane is already environmentally responsible since it burns cleanly and with negligible greenhouse gas emissions. While it’s not in common use yet, renewable propane has positioned itself to be a major part of the clean fuel conversation in the years ahead.
Just as conventional propane is a coproduct of crude oil and natural gas extraction, most renewable propane can be considered a coproduct of biofuel creation.
In the future, homes and businesses all over the U.S. will be able to easily use renewable propane, which has a considerably smaller carbon footprint than electricity.
Since renewable propane is molecularly identical to conventional propane, there will be no need to replace or alter existing propane appliances and equipment. As usage of renewable propane increases, it will reduce our greenhouse gas emissions nationwide, helping us fight the devastating effects of climate change.
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