Does Propane Play a Role in the Energy Transformation? | PERC Interview
Does propane play a role in our energy “transformation” as Tucker Perkins calls it, not energy “transition”?
And make sure that you stick around for this entire episode to figure out just what role that propane and natural gas will play during this energy transformation that is currently taking place.
Because we need to make this transformation happen as soon as possible, so we need to explore all potential avenues.
and plus, if we can get a win where we are burning a much cleaner gas, with extremely reduced carbon footprint, and that allows us to reach our goals of NetZero faster around the world than we have to do it.
Plus, as Tucker mentions during this interview, there are 13 new ways of sourcing RENEWABLE propane, and through some methods may even be carbon negative.
So all I can say is don’t discount the role that propane will play in our energy transformation, and stay tuned for this entire interview to find out how the future of propane as part of our journey to fight the climate crisis.Chapters
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And don’t miss out on the episode that he mentioned during our interview today about making this the last decade of diesel:
Check out this interview that I mention at the end of the episode with LF Bioenergy:
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