Propane Consumer News

As a service to our customers, we add articles of interest about propane use for your home, your business and about what's good for our environment.  Check back regularly for new articles.

Agricultural and Winery News

NVG Introduces Napa Valley Wine & Grape Expo
New event offers viticulture and winemaking seminars in English and Spanish and an exclusive trade show featuring the industry's leading products and companies.  Premier sponsors of the Wine & Grape Expo include Allied Propane Services, ETS Laboratories, Sunlight Electric, Umpqua Bank and Wine Business Monthly, host of the wine bar.

Weed Control Technologies Showcased During Napa Valley Viticultural Fair --
Vintners in the Napa Valley use Propane generated heat for weed control.  Read about this Fair held late 2006 in Napa.

Propane Products and Accessories

Allied Propane fuels Northern California.

Portable propane BBQ grills manufactured by Tec Infrared Grills and offered by Allied Propane Service

Propane in Home Building News

Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) Booth shows advantages of Propane Lifestyle.
Propane is one of the most efficient and environmentally friendly energy options available. This year’s New American Home is fueled by propane, and is the very first show home to be certified under NAHB’s National Association of Home Builders new Green Building Program. Propane also is featured in the Show Village Green Home.

Health and Safety News

Napa, CA Allied Propane Service is being recognized with Energi’s 2012 Excellence in Risk Management Award for their dedication to loss prevention and safety programs. Click Here to read the article.

Consumer Safety Information is on this resource site at Propane Exceptional Energy, with answers to questions like "What should I do if I smell gas?" and "What should I do with my old and damaged cylinders?"

Propane and the Environment

From DC Velocity, this will provide information about the Fork Lift Tax Credit that is Now Available.

From DC Velocity, this article sheds light on Propane: Not just for lift trucks anymore.

Propane Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions, New PERC Study Shows
This study demonstrates that propane’s carbon footprint is lower than other fuels across a wide range of applications.