BioLPG seen reducing carbon emissions 81% for powering off-grid sites

April 6, 2021 |

In the UK, converting to BioLPG as the main fuel source of off-grid sites can save up to 81 per cent on carbon emissions, according to hot water system maker Rinnai.

The manufacturer has completed a detailed report into switching to BioLPG, a sustainable eco-propane made from a blend of waste, residues and sustainably sourced materials that is compatible with existing in situ LPG products.

The Rinnai report highlights several off-grid building envelopes that can benefit from high-efficiency LPG-fired water heaters.

The transition focuses on the carbon savings that can be achieved by shifting from widely used oil heating systems to LPG and then upgrading LPG to Bio-LPG.

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