|VIDEO: Create a Plan to Stay Safe This Winter
If you haven’t already done so, encourage propane customers to get ready for home heating season by filling up early, keeping their tanks full, and working with you on a plan to stay safe and warm all winter.
That way you can help them avoid the hazards, inconvenience, and expense of running out of propane or needing a fill during peak demand in cold weather.
Start the conversation with a collection of customizable materials that include social media posts, a bill stuffer, print advertisements, and fact sheets.
Watch the animated video.
Get the materials.
|Food Bank Relies on Propane to Keep Up With Demand
The Southeastern Food Bank in Winter Garden, Fla., distributed more than 2.5 million pounds of food in 2019 with the use of a propane forklift. Now, that demand has increased under the pressures of the pandemic.
Read and share this case study.
| Q&A: Propane Makes this Secluded Sanctuary Possible
Homeowners along the Haw River in North Carolina share what they love most about their modern net-zero home and how propane makes it possible to live comfortably and without worry in an untamed, remote paradise.
Read the Q&A.
|DATA: Autogas Can Help Maintain Better Air Quality
Recent studies have shown that fewer cars on the road during the height of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders had a dramatic effect on emissions. While keeping everyone at home isn’t a sustainable solution to the air quality problems we face, this may be the inspiration fleet owners need to transition to alternative fuels.
Propane autogas can reduce these harmful emissions while providing the lowest total cost-of-ownership of any fuel.
See propane autogas emissions data.