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Propane Council Debuts New Website

Posted on March 12, 2019

The Propane Education and Research Council’s new website contains information about propane in a variety of forms, including videos, customer case studies, emissions data, and fact sheets.
The Propane Education and Research Council’s new website contains information about propane in a variety of forms, including videos, customer case studies, emissions data, and fact sheets.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has launched a new version of its website that showcases the different uses of propane and its impact on fleet vehicles.

“With the launch of the new propane.com, fleet owners can easily navigate and locate propane autogas resources that will lower their fleet’s total cost of ownership and meet their emissions goals,” said Michael Taylor, director of autogas business development for PERC. “The new site contains all of the insightful and educational content that fleet owners have come to expect from PERC, and it has been repackaged in an easy-to-navigate format with even more information to answer more of the questions fleet owners have about transitioning to propane autogas.”

Visitors to the new website will find information about propane in a variety of forms, including videos, customer case studies, emissions data, fact sheets, and more.

Watch one of the new videos here.

Related Topics: alternative fuels, propane

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