carbon intensityThe push for full electrification as a means to reduce emissions overlooks the carbon produced in generating and distributing electricity; measuring the carbon intensity of fuels, including propane, shows it can be a cleaner choice for residential energy compared to grid electricity.

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As your go-to propane supplier for commercial, residential, and agricultural needs, we’re committed to keeping you informed and making sure you have all the necessary facts. According to the Propane Education and Research Council, “Carbon intensity is the total carbon emissions (or total carbon footprint) embodied in an energy carrier such as propane or electricity right from the source to the point of use.”

It’s important to “consider every step of the process”, and this resource explains the comparison of conventional propane carbon intensity to electric grid carbon intensity, from our local midwest area to the national average.

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