Heating and Cooling
Thermally activated technologies transform heat for useful purposes such as heating, cooling, and humidity, offering consumers a more cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative to traditional methods. Combined heat and power systems provide heat and generate electricity with higher efficiency and lower emissions levels than conventional heating and power generation alternatives. Propane-fueled cooling technologies efficiently reduce indoor humidity and cool indoor air. Propane heaters can warm pools and spas more quickly than electric heat pumps, and can maintain heat better in cold weather. Propane-fueled heaters can serve as a non-chemical approach to controlling bed bug infestations in hotels, residences, schools, and hospitals.
Learn more about new propane technologies on the Propane Education & Research Council's site.