The EPA and DOE calls propane a “Clean Alternative Fuel.” Read below to find out how propane benefits you, your business and the environment!
The EPA and DOE calls propane a “Clean Alternative Fuel.”
- The price of propane depends on many things: U.S. production, weather, inventory levels and other factors. Propane is one of the least expensive fuels available.
- Keep monthly heating bills low by planning in advance. Fill your propane tank before the start of the heating season – don’t wait until it’s empty. Also, talk with your propane supplier about payment plan options.
- According to the EIA, Michigan uses more propane for residential heating than any other state in the country.
- Almost 90 percent of all propane is produced in the United States.
- Unlike other heating fuels, propane is delivered right to your home.
- Propane releases less carbon dioxide than ethanol, gasoline, kerosene, bio-diesel, fuel oil and coal, and does not contaminate aquifers or soil.
- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizes propane as a clean-burning fuel.