Alternative resource By:Jamiya

Is Propane Renewable?

Propane is a non renewable source, it is a fossil fuel because it was formed millions of years ago from the remains of tiny sea animals and plants

Where is propane found on earth or is it produced with technology on a factory?

It comes from raw natural gas. Raw natural gas is about 90% methane and 5% other gases.

How does propane work to produce energy for individuals and whole group or communities?

You can use a generator and it will power a couple of houses for electricity and for heating and all the energy in the house

What are the uses for this energy?

Clothes Dryers

  • Propane dryers dry clothes more efficiently and are less expensive to run than electric dryers saving about half the cost of electric dryers (U.S. Department of Energy).
  • Propane dryers heat up to optimum drying temperatures faster, cutting drying time in half.
  • Propane dryers quickly reach the temperatures needed to dry clothes evenly.
  • The moist heat of propane dryers is less likely to burn or discolor fabrics than the heat produced by electric dryers.


Are there products created through the use of this energy source?

Who uses it???

all three because everyone needs it to cook and do laundry so they can have food and clean clothes. alot of humans use propane they just dont know but they are using alot of propane at that.. pools and hot tubs have propane in them.

What is the cost benefit to using this energy?

What is the environment impact

Refined fuels and petroleum products are perceived as pollutants and environmentally unfriendly. Propane is not only clean and environmentally friendly in its unused state, it produces exhaust emissions that exceed the requirements for clean fuel vehicles and surpass eco-friendly expectations in all aspects.

What are some advantages and disadvantages?


Lower utility

Safe fuel

provides a warm cozy environment


Propane can blow up if improperly used

more expensive than most other natural resources;

Responsible for fires in boats, houses, etc.