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Propane education group launches new website

Posted on July 31, 2014

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has launched a new website, Propane.com, a source for information about propane safety and newly developed propane-powered technology across the fuel’s top markets: agriculture, commercial landscape, industrial, on-road fleets, and residential.

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PERC hopes the consolidated web presence will promote a “one-fuel solution” by encouraging business and residential customers currently using or considering propane in one application to explore new fuel-efficient equipment for other uses as well.

“Propane.com gives our industry a chance to showcase the versatility of propane, and the economic and environmental benefits of using this American-made fuel across top performing markets,” says Roy Willis, president and CEO of PERC. “The consolidation also gives propane customers the opportunity to realize all the technologies available for their home, fleet, or business.”

Propane.com is still managed and produced by PERC, and consolidates information from the Council’s other previous sites, including autogasusa.org, agpropane.com, poweredbypropane.com, and usepropane.com, which all redirect to the new website. Customers can also use the “Find a Propane Retailer” application on the site to locate their nearest retailer by zip code and services provided.

To learn more about propane, propane-fueled technologies, or to access online tools and resources available from PERC, visit Propane.com.

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