Stretch Your Budget For New Equipment? Propane Can Do That.

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You can save on new propane-powered ag equipment, through the Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane Farm Incentive Program (PFIP). We’ll give you up to $5,000, just for helping us prove the benefits of clean, American propane in the field. Below, you’ll find a list of available equipment, and the steps in the PFIP application process.

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  • Qualifying Equipment

    The agricultural equipment listed below may be eligible for the program. Qualifying equipment and participating equipment dealers are subject to change at any point.

    Propane-Powered Industrial Engines
    New, EPA- and/or CARB-certified industrial engines used for agricultural purposes, typically in pumping applications, can qualify for incentives of $300/liter of displacement, up to $5,000 total.

    Propane-Powered Generators for Prime Power
    New, EPA- and/or CARB-certified generators used for prime power for agricultural purposes can qualify for incentives of $30/kW.

    Propane-Powered Crop Dryers
    New, high-efficiency upright tower grain dryers and high-efficiency horizontal profile grain dryers can qualify for a $3,000 incentive. The dryer must either be a new installation or a conversion from another power source.

    Propane-Powered Water Heating Systems
    New, high-efficiency water heating systems used in agricultural production operations are eligible for an incentive of $2,000. The system must either be installed in new construction or as a conversion from another power source.

    Propane-Powered Poultry, Swine, & Greenhouse Heating Systems
    New heating systems are eligible for an incentive of $0.10/square foot, up to $2,000 maximum per system, when installed as part of an entire system installation. The complete system must either be installed in new construction or as a conversion from another power source.

    Propane-Powered Flame Weed Control
    New, flame weed control systems are eligible for an incentive of $1,500.

  • Applying Is Easy

    Getting your incentive dollars is easy. Here’s how the process works

    Step 1: Fill out the online PFIP Application.

    Step 2: Once you’re approved to take part in the program, you’ll receive a link to a webpage with: the Program Guidelines, the Contact Form/Contract and a W-9 Form, and a Pre-season Survey.

    Step 3: After downloading and completing all the forms, send them to PERC, along with proof of purchase (including serial numbers) for all qualifying equipment.

    Step 4: In about 30 days, PERC will send you your incentive payment.

    Step 5: Watch your inbox at the end of the season for a second survey. You must complete this post-season survey to be eligible for future incentives.

  • Apply Today

    The best time to apply for the Propane Farm Incentive Program is right now. The sooner you apply, the sooner you could receive up to $5,000 toward the purchase of new propane-powered ag equipment.

  • Equipment Manufacturers, Distributors, and Dealers

    If you have questions about the Propane Farm Incentive Program, please contact Cinch Munson at 202-452-8975 or cinch.munson@propane.com.

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