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Cooking with propane gas
January 30, 2019

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The versatility of propane gas isn’t a myth. It really is the fuel of the future, transforming energy use for residential, agriculturally and commercially. That’s right, business owners are discovering the many advantages of using propane gas instead of traditional electricity to save money, promote sustainable practices and improve efficiency.

How can propane be used to bolster the business place?

Hotels & Motels

Heaps of energy goes into running a hotel or motel. When you think about it, you’ve got all of those rooms with lights, air con/heat, hot water and washing machines to clean bedding daily. Some hotels have outdoor swimming pools and saunas that need to be heated as well.

With the hospitality industry making steps to be greener and save money, propane is a smart alternative that fits the mold as a clean fuel source that provides adequate amounts of energy.

Some ideas for utilizing propane in hospitality businesses include:

  • Restaurant appliances
  • Washer/dryer appliances
  • Indoor/outdoor lighting
  • Water heating
  • Pool heating
  • Spa heating
  • Space heaters
  • Fire pits
  • Snow melters
  • Backup generators


This type of business can really benefit from propane when it comes to cutting costs and operating efficiently. Not only can propane powered kitchen appliances be used, but cooking with propane provides faster heating and cooling than electricity since you cook with a flame. Also, think about if a power blackout occurs or a storm knocks the power lines down. Electricity will be out, and so will customers. But with propane, electricity isn’t needed. You can keep cooking and refrigerated food stays fresh.

Some ideas for utilizing propane in restaurant businesses include:

  • Kitchen appliances
  • Water heating
  • Refrigeration
  • Backup generator
  • Indoor/outdoor lighting
  • Space heaters

Convenience/Grocery Stores

Propane gives peace of mind when it comes to ensuring food stays preserved at a grocery. All of those aisles of frozen or refrigerated food are kept at specific temperatures, ensuring it is safe and healthy to eat. That’s a whole lotta energy! Propane gas can help cut costs each month and protect refrigerated foods during a power outage.

Some ideas for utilizing propane in grocery businesses include:

  • Lighting
  • Freezers
  • Refrigeration
  • Heating
  • Hot water

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