Propane Education & Research Council (PERC)

Propane use has increased efficiency, reduced energy costs, and improved visitor experience Ruby’s Inn takes environmental stewardship seriously, which is why the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is awarding it with an Energy for Everyone Hero Award. Located in picturesque Bryce Canyon National Park, the historic inn relies on a clean-energy that is good Read more

Propane systems can help meet the growing demand for sustainable, energy-efficient homes Homeowner and homebuyer priorities are shifting. The majority of residential customers are seeking high-performance homes—specifically ones with reduced energy costs and lower environmental impacts, according to the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC). A study commissioned by PERC found that of the 2,200 Read more

New propane power generation innovations can meet environmental building codes  The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is reminding construction professionals about the benefits of specifying and building with propane during National Preparedness Month. Propane is an ideal energy source for prime and secondary power generation because it’s a low-carbon energy option that is efficient Read more

Propane Council expands program funding aimed at reducing greenhouse gases while increasing a homebuilders bottom line.  Residential homebuilders can apply now for the Propane Construction Incentive Program and take advantage of money for installing propane appliances. Supported by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), the expanded program amplifies efforts to install propane appliances in Read more

Propane offers flexibility and compliments finishes that go into any project By Bryan Cordill Over the last few years, homeowners have found a new appreciation for outdoor living. They are looking for outdoor living spaces that are an extension of indoor ones, and propane is an environmentally friendly and sustainable way to make that happen Read more