LPG can be accessible to everyone everywhere today without major infrastructure investment. Nothing needs to be invented and there are enough reserves to last many decades.
Any place, Anywhere
The economics of supply often mean that rural communities are denied grid-based energy – electricity and natural gas. Their needs are met by biomass, traditional fuels and commercial fuels such as LPG, perhaps augmented by locally generated, non-grid electricity. The poorest, most remote communities may be wholly dependent on biomass.
Thanks to its portability and highly flexible distribution network, LPG is available everywhere. In Europe and US it helps meet the heating, cooking and even electricity needs of millions of citizens every day. For decades, LPG has provided households with a gaseous fuel alternative to meet their most important energy needs, notably space/water heating and cooking. Since the underlying technology is essentially identical to that used in natural gas-powered equipment, LPG-fuelled appliances have benefited from various technological advances that have made them significantly more fuel-efficient and, by extension, cleaner and less C02-intensive.