Whether it’s your home, farm, equipment, or business, running them on propane makes good sense — both economically and environmentally. It’s a clean, non-toxic energy source that helps reduce carbon emissions. Plus, the abundance of propane and growth of renewable propane means it can be used for generations to come.
According to the Department of Energy, it can cost up to twice as much to operate your range, water heater, dryer or furnace using electricity instead of propane. And, in addition to being the more economical choice, propane is also the friendlier environmental choice. Propane is one of the cleanest burning of all energy sources and was approved as a clean, alternative fuel in 1990 by the Clean Air Act.
Today, more than 60 million Americans rely on this exceptional energy source for comfort, reliability, and everyday savings.
And, should you experience a power outage you won’t have to worry about keeping warm, cooking, or taking a hot shower if you have propane. You’ll be cozy and comfortable until the electricity comes back on.