Locations such as buildings, communities and campuses receive a zero net energy (ZNE) designation when their actual annual consumed energy is less than or equal to the on-site renewable generated energy. Renewable propane will be instrumental in making this achievement a reality in the years to come.
For times when it’s preferable—or necessary—to go off the grid, renewable propane makes the prospect an even cleaner one than it was before. The following examples help demonstrate how this is the case.
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|3,000||Pounds of CO2 each propane tankless water heater can prevent from entering the atmosphere every year.|
|up to 90%||Amount of smog-causing pollutants reduced by propane vehicles.|
|30||Percentage of CO2 reduced by propane-powered homes versus all-electric homes. Direct use of propane for space heating, water heating, cooking and clothes drying.|
|50||Percentage of greenhouse gas reductions by propane powered homes. Propane is not a greenhouse gas.|