Partnering With Organizations

National Parks Case StudyThe Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is proud to help organizations like the National Park Service meet their sustainability goals. The NPS is providing valuable performance feedback on propane-powered equipment by utilizing equipment donations from PERC. This information will be used to further improve technology in the areas of commercial landscape, on road fleets, and power generation.

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Fueling America's National Parks


Clean, American-made propane is ideal for organizations focused on sustainability. So, the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) set up a partnership with the U.S. National Park Service to donate propane-powered equipment to parks that could use it. Watch the video below to hear how Blue Ridge Parkway, Yellowstone, and Mammoth Cave national parks have all made alternative fuels part of their operations, such as using propane for mowing, fueling tour buses, and backup power generation.

Mowers on the Mall

The Council has also donated a fleet of propane-powered commercial mowers to America's front lawn: the National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington, D.C. Through the NPS project “Mowers on the Mall,” the donation helped spread awareness of propane, alternative fuel use, and the organization's efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

To learn more about PERC's partnerships with other organizations, please contact us.