WPGA virtual conference to discuss renewable propane

October 1, 2020 By    

The Western Propane Gas Association (WPGA) is hosting its first virtual conference to explore opportunities for propane to provide sustainable energy to help address climate change.

The event, titled “The Path To Renewable Propane,” will take place from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PST on Nov. 4.

The online conference will feature lawmakers, policy experts, propane producers and retailers discussing the role renewable propane can play to meet increasing energy needs while reducing carbon in the atmosphere, the association says.

The live session features a legislative keynote from California State Assembly Member Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove.

Event sessions will cover the growing market for renewable propane, credits available today in California, future forecasts for carbon credit systems and the processes used to produce renewable propane, according to WPGA.

Consumers also will learn how to source a sustainable clean fuel with a low cost of adoption, and to deploy renewable propane as part of their organization’s greenhouse-gas-emissions reduction strategy.

“We are excited to offer this conference, which is filled with timely content for industry members, producers, fleet owners, regulators and legislators alike,” says Joy Alafia, president and CEO of WPGA. “We hope attendees walk away with a better understanding of renewable propane’s value proposition and what a pivotal transformation it promises for our industry to help fight climate change.”

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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