Propane and the Environment

The environment is a hot topic. Quite literally, since summer is now upon us. With all the many doom and gloom headlines, it can be easy to lose sight of the improvements that are being made to cut down on emissions. But did you know that some people are going above and beyond the regulations […]

Dangers of All Electric Forklifts

There’s been quite the debate on propane forklifts lately. People are getting concerned with the dangers of intense regulation. What started as an attempt to push zero-emission forklifts turned into a radical statement by the California Air and Resources Board (CARB) calling for a potential ban of all internal combustion forklifts. If successful, starting in […]

Will Wind and Solar Electricity Generation Save California?

Answer: Highly Expensive and Highly Unlikely We live in a fantastical world where many Californians feel a carbon-free, wind and solar generated electrical grid is not only possible but in our near future. In an article published in City Journal written by Mark Mills titled, “Transition to Nowhere”, the author discusses the impossibility of a […]

5 Ways Propane is Used in Agriculture

Agriculture is a great consumer of propane as many of its different sectors take advantage of propane’s clean use. Because the agriculture industry is large and growing, it requires a reliable fuel to meet its needs. As of 2017, nearly 830,000 farms across the U.S. use propane. Whether for heat, watering, or material handling, propane […]

Renewable Propane: What Is It

Many people are familiar with renewable energy. Renewable energy is energy collected from infinite sources that naturally replenish themselves. As sustainability becomes more of a focus, renewable propane is on the horizon.   What is Renewable Propane?  Renewable propane is produced by converting natural sources such as biomass, vegetable oils, animal fats and waste greases […]

How Propane Fits into An Energy-Diverse Future

Why an all-electrical game plan may be detrimental Going all-electric is becoming more and more popular. As local, state, and national governments enforce regulations to reduce emissions, all-electric is becoming more common. But is an all-electric future really the answer? Going all-electric can be costly, energy-draining, and at times unavailable. In a time where we […]

What Goes Into Making a Solar Back Up Battery?

The Human Rights Concerns You May Not Know About Solar power batteries used to house excess electrical energy can be very beneficial to a homeowner. They store the extra energy you pull in from the sun via your solar panels so that you can use it later. Consumers often choose this route because they feel […]

How Propane Fits Into the Green Equation – A Look At Propane’s Environmental Impact

The San Luis Obispo Tribune recently quoted a new study conducted by International Energy Agency saying that carbon emissions are expected to fall about 8% this year compared to last. This is due to the coronavirus pandemic. Places like Los Angeles and other large cities around the world are seeing a noticeable change in air […]

From Start to Finish, Solar and Electric Aren’t Carbon Neutral

Being 100 Percent Electric is Not the Answer to Combating Climate Change Issues Being carbon neutral is a hot subject with many Americans, businesses and government officials. These days there has been a lot of talk about how we collectively can combat the climate change issue. We rely on power every single day and that […]

Propane Powered School Buses Receive an “A+”

Riding to School in Style One hundred and eighty days out of the year our children are in school. For many families that means their kids take one hundred and eighty bus rides from home to school then back again. When riding a school bus takes up this much time in a young student’s life, […]