COVID-19 Message to Propane Customers   Learn More »

Learn More

COVID-19 Message to Propane Customers   Learn More »

Learn More

WASHINGTON (February 17, 2019)  – The Propane Education & Research Council recently redesigned and launched its website to better showcase all the things propane can do, including new propane-powered agricultural equipment’s efficiency and versatility for producers.

The website, propane.com, was redesigned from the ground up to help agricultural professionals, among others, learn about the advantages of propane-powered farm equipment and more easily access PERC’s numerous online resources.

“The new and improved website makes it easier for producers to gain access to information about propane-powered farm equipment — such as irrigation engines, grain dryers, building and water heat, flame weeding systems, and more — as well as the efficiency, cost savings, reduced emissions, and increased productivity propane offers,” said Mike Newland, PERC director of agriculture business development. “The website offers quick access to detailed information about propane equipment and a multitude of helpful resources to help producers make the best equipment decision for their farms.”

The new website features new articles, videos, customer testimonials, fact sheets, and information about PERC’s Propane Farm Incentive Program. An interactive search tool makes it easy for users to quickly find the information they need, as well as locate nearby propane equipment dealers and suppliers.

For more information about propane-powered agricultural equipment and to explore the new website, visit www.propane.com/propane-uses/agriculture.

###

About PERC: The Propane Education & Research Council is a nonprofit that provides leading propane safety and training programs and invests in research and development of new propane-powered technologies. PERC is operated and funded by the propane industry. For more information, visit propane.com.

Contact the Author Need further help?
Contact Us.

Brooke Behrendt

Swanson Russell
Contact

Gregg Walker

Propane Education & Research Council
Contact