WASHINGTON (June 14, 2021) – The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is offering a new webinar as part of its “Propane Presents Technology Series.” The webinar, focused on propane’s role in manufactured and modular housing, will take place at 2 p.m. EST on June 17.
During the live webinar, Randy Doyle of Holtzman Propane and Allison Scholl of Pat’s Manor Homes will join PERC to discuss why propane is a crucial part of the conversation when it comes to manufactured and modular housing construction. Notably, the panelists will share how propane’s flexibility and energy efficiency make it the ideal energy choice for these projects. Additionally, they will discuss how marketers can grow productive partnerships with home builders in their own area.
“For builders and retailers in this market, prioritizing home performance, efficiency, and affordability is key, which is best achieved by incorporating reliable energy sources—like propane,” said Bryan Cordill, director of residential and commercial business development at PERC. “And because propane-fueled homes offer a lower total cost of ownership, homeowners are able to enjoy more features in their home.”
Propane offers a whole-home energy solution as its versatility extends to a wide variety of residential appliances including water heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers, ranges and ovens, fireplaces, and standby generators. Beyond powering individual homes, propane can supply power to larger, more dense communities, too. Community propane systems offer a seamless energy option that operates just like a traditional natural gas system, delivering propane through a network of underground pipes that connect to the homes with individual gas meters. Propane can also power community amenities including backup generators, heated pools, clubhouses, and gas lamps.
PERC’s “Propane Presents Technology Series” focuses on new and emerging propane technologies, education, and best practices to approach the ideal customer. Hosted and facilitated by PERC, in partnership with various OEMs, the series aims to showcase various propane products across multiple markets, answer questions directly from the industry and end users, and provide relevant resources and training information.
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.