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Using propane can reduce greenhouse gases, nitrogen oxide, and sulfur oxide emissions across multiple commercial building applications, compared to other energy sources, according to a study commissioned by the Propane Education & Research Council. “Especially as states and municipalities add more stringent emissions standards, propane’s value as a clean fuel will be more important than ever in helping businesses, schools, and other facilities reduce emissions without sacrificing performance,” says Jesse Marcus, PERC director of residential and commercial business development. Click here for more information.