The propane power alternative for port equipment

Port Prince Rupert in Canada has had a cargo volume spike driven largely by propane and other bulk exports Photo: Port Prince Rupert/Twitter

Many argue propane’s versatility as a port-wide energy solution offering key advantages over other energy sources in terms of emissions, air quality and cost savings.

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