We know propane is a great fuel source, but how does it stack up in price? Fortunately for us, the U.S. Department of Energy posts these numbers on a regular basis. Click read more for links and a comparison chart.
Nearly 900,000 farms in the United States use propane, and with good reason. Propane is a clean-burning, reliable, and efficient energy source. Farmers can depend on propane to responsibly run their operations both in and out of the field.
An affordable, clean, American-made fuel, propane is a gas normally compressed and stored as a liquid. It is most commonly used for space and water heating, for cooking, and as a fuel for engines; however, its applications are rapidly growing due to new technology developments.
Propane is nontoxic, colorless, and virtually odorless; an identifying odor is added so it can be detected.
Propane is also sometimes known as liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG. When used as vehicle fuel propane is known as propane autogas.