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Propane and the Environment

A healthy environment benefits everyone — and propane is an excellent way to reduce emissions while reliably meeting energy needs.

A Clean Energy Solution for Tomorrow

Propane is a low-carbon fuel alternative, producing far fewer emissions than the equivalent amount of electricity generated from the U.S. grid. Plus, it won’t contaminate soil or groundwater because it’s non-toxic and non-poisonous. And propane’s environmentally friendly benefits don’t end there — major advances are being made today for more renewable propane in the future, sourced from used cooking oil and other waste products, for a carbon-neutral fuel that adds no new carbon to the atmosphere when burned.

Lower Emissions that Fuel Your Bottom Line

Whether used to heat water for your family, power a farm, or run a fleet of mowers, propane produces significantly fewer emissions than diesel, gasoline, or even electricity. In fact, using propane produces 43% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than using an equivalent amount of electricity generated from the grid. That’s good for the environment, but because propane is so efficient and is employed directly at the point of use, its reduced emissions are also good for your bottom line — propane autogas, for example, reduces more emissions per dollar spent than any other fuel.

A Diverse Energy Mix Is a Reliable Energy Mix

No single energy source can solve every environmental challenge. Propane can complement solar and wind systems to reduce emissions while providing reliability — especially during challenging weather conditions. Low-emissions propane is a crucial part of meeting the challenge of creating a more environmentally friendly future, along with renewables and other clean sources of energy. With its power, reliability and versatility, propane is an essential part of a diverse mix enabling cleaner fuels to be used in industries ranging from landscaping to home construction.


The Future of Clean Energy - Today

Source: Propane.com

Today, renewable propane is helping to write the next chapter of clean energy for businesses, fueling some of the cleanest and most efficient engines that the world has ever seen.

Here are 5 reasons why propane is "Green" energy

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Low Gas Emissions

Studies have shown that propane releases significantly less greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere when released into the air, or burned as fuel. This can have a profound measurable impact on total GHG emissions year-round.

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Propane is completely non-toxic, and cannot be spilled or dissolved in water. Although it is stored in liquid form, when released it simply vapourizes and dissipates into the air.


Highly Efficient

Propane is generally cheaper than other fuel sources including electricity. Propane furnaces have up to 90% efficiency in real-world scenarios. Propane appliances are usually high-efficiency as well, making it even easier to use less fuel on average.

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EPA Approved

As an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved clean alternative fuel, propane offers lower greenhouse gas emissions than many other energy options without compromising performance in a wide range of applications.

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Low Carbon

Propane has a lower carbon content than fuel oil, gasoline, diesel, kerosene and ethanol. As mentioned above, this means it produces less GHG emissions and other environmental contaminants, as well as makes it non-toxic and more stable.

Propane Irrigation Emissions Data


For producers, cleaner equipment means longer-lasting equipment. As this new report proves, the emissions reductions of propane are significant for irrigation engines. So, the fuel that farmers have relied on for over a century is a better solution than ever.


From August 2016 through January 2017, the Propane Education & Research Council contracted the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) to execute a comparative emissions analysis study of targeted applications in key propane markets, including agriculture. The report studied three emissions types: full-fuel-cycle energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and criteria pollutant emissions (NOx, SOx).


Fewer deposits on engine components can extend engine life and reduce maintenance issues. With propane irrigation engines, producers can also be confident that they’re keeping up with environmental regulations.

· 73% less vs. electric

· 17% less vs. gasoline

· 9% less vs. diesel

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· 18% less vs. gasoline

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