Have you started to think about your supply and service plans for the winter? This time of year is critical for planning, preparation, and clear communication to your customers. PERC has resources available to assist you with winter preparation.
In most of the country, the carbon intensity of propane is significantly lower than that of electricity. PERC has resources to help you learn about the science behind this fact so the propane industry can speak out against electrification with one strong voice.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will make more than $8 billion available in markets where propane is the best choice. Propane can meet performance needs, financial goals, and environmental standards for consumers and businesses alike. This is an incredible opportunity to engage decision-makers and others about how propane is a prime energy solution in your community.
The propane industry continues to be at the forefront of innovation, including in the power generation market. Today, the opportunities go beyond residential backup power to include prime, commercial, and distributed power applications. Find out how you can take advantage of all these technologies for your business.
By partnering with builders, plumbers, engineers, and architects, propane marketers turn these allies into those who can help reinforce propane’s messages and benefits throughout their communities.
As we begin a new year, remind your employees of two important messages about propane’s environmental benefits. Also, don’t forget about the new federal entry level driver training requirement going into effect Feb. 7. PERC and NPGA have training available to help you meet the new rules.
Give your employees confidence when talking to customers about the benefits of propane by sharing with them courses in The Learning Center that will teach them about how to answer difficult questions, how to talk about propane safety, and customer service best practices.
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