Renewable Propane - Biopropane Fuel
Search for clean and renewable fuel ends with Renewable Propane!


Which is a drop-in biofuel?

Ethanol           NO

Biobutanol      NO

Biodiesel        NO

Biopropane    YES

Ethanol and biobutanol suffer from lower energy density vs. gasoline/petrol currently propelling most automobiles.  Meanwhile, biodiesel freezes sooner than typical diesel.  Renewable propane has same properties as petroleum derived propane while being produced from waste biomass and garbage.


What is propane?  Where is it used?

During the past century, propane has been widely used in a variety of applications. It is commonly used for house heating and cooking. There are a variety of commercial and utility vehicles which use it as fuel including fork lifts. Cars equipped with CNG or propane retrofrits use propane to propel them. It is also used as fuel for industrial and chemical boilers in heating schools to production of chemicals. Propane is utilized domestically in water heaters, clothes driers, fireplaces, grills and stovetops. RVs use propane to provide comforts in remote areas. The best part is that propane is the cleanest burning fuel. It is easy to optimize so only CO2 and water vapor are released.

Propane-moleculePropane is an alkane containing three carbons in linear form. At room temperature, propane is a gas. However, under high pressure, it becomes a liquid which can be easily transported and sold. Currently, propane is derived during the processing of natural gas and petroleum refining.

 Molecular Weight  44.1 g/mol
 Chemical Formula  C3H8
 Boiling Point  -42 C at 1 atm
 Energy Content  46.4 MJ/Kg



Renewable Propane--Same Properties Sourced From Waste!  True Drop-in biofuel.


"Renewable propane is an ideal biofuel. It has same properties as petroleum derived propane, but can be produced outside every town and city from garbage or unusable agricultural wastes." 

-- S. Bhargava, US