Increasingly, people are looking for a sustainable alternative to natural gas. Given the environmental impact and government pressure, this is the time to look at more sustainable options. As a supplier of propane gas, this also has an impact on us. Therefore, in this blog we will tell you all about the alternatives to natural gas and how propane gas can play a role in this.
Natural gas price expectations. This time last year, it was a hot topic. And still is. The energy market continues to move. So do natural gas prices. As the main source of energy for Dutch households, and also for many companies, something to keep an eye on. So too for us. Because as the price of natural gas increases, so does the demand for propane gas. So in this blog we share our views on the development of natural gas prices and what to expect in 2024.
CO2 offset propane gas is an innovative solution for both individuals and businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint. But what exactly does it entail and why should you choose it? In this article, we dive deeper into these questions.
Are you looking for a way to reduce your energy costs while making an environmentally friendly choice? Then consider purchasing a propane tank, gas tank or propane gas tank. In this blog, we list the pros and cons of buying a propane tank. This will help you as a consumer make an informed decision at the end.
The industry for propane gas suppliers is a traditional and conservative one. After all, besides natural gas, there is only one real alternative: propane gas. Until recently. Because even traditional industries need to become more sustainable. This has led to the development of biopropane. A sustainable alternative to propane gas or natural gas. Yet little is known about it. What exactly is it, how can we use it and how is it extracted?
Telemetry is a technology that uses sensors, communication devices and software to remotely collect, transmit and analyze data. Telemetry is used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, healthcare, agriculture and the energy industry.
One of the applications of telemetry is to measure and manage the contents of propane gas tanks. Propane is a form of gas used for heating, cooking, drying and industrial processes. Propane is stored in tanks that are placed outside or underground. It is important to know how much propane is left in the gas tank at your home so you can refill in time and not run out of gas.
Because installing a propane tank can be tricky in some cases. Several factors must be taken into account for the placement to be safe and efficient. Consider positioning, distance from buildings or accessibility. And besides installing an above-ground gas tank, you can also opt for an underground gas tank. This blog answers all questions about installing a gas tank!
Have you ever thought about renting your own gas tank at your home in the garden? If so, there are a number of things to consider. After all, what about laws and regulations? Do you need different permits? And what about the costs the maintenance and installation of the gas tank. We are happy to explain it to you.
What is propane gas. That is the question we are going to answer. Because in an earlier blog we already told you that propane gas was an interesting alternative to natural gas. Yet, in practice, there are often questions that remain unanswered. What exactly is propane or propane gas, what does it smell like and how is it extracted?