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Clean Energy

LPG Application

LPG Application

In the Home

Cooking

More than 50% of China’s urban population are using LPG for daily cooking. In 2011, 28.5% of Indian households used LPG as cooking fuel.

Heating

LPG emits about 20% less CO2 than heating oil and 50% less than coal

In the Industry

Millions of businesses, from large industries to restaurants to hotels, independent small professionals and contractors, rely on LPG as an energy source for numerous applications

Propane and Butane are also used as a feedstock in the manufacturing of products. LPG powered generators, flood lights and even traffic light on mobile road works are being increasingly used

On the Farm

Farmers across the world rely on LPG as an adaptable power source to keep their businesses growing LPG is used to increase the production and quality of farm products and provides, clean, off-grid power for a range of applications

On the Road

  • LPG is the preferred alternative automotive transportation fuel
  • 90% of Guangzhou’s 8,000 buses use LPG as do 100% of the city’s 18,000 taxis
  • 25 million vehicles run on LPG

At Work

Millions of businesses, from large industries to restaurants to hotels, independent small professionals and contractors, rely on LPG as an energy source for numerous applications

  • LPG is the preferred alternative automotive transportation fuel
  • 90% of Guangzhou’s 8,000 buses use LPG as do 100% of the city’s 18,000 taxis
  • 25 million vehicles run on LPG