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Leave The World Behind

Tom and Rand discuss the Massachusetts Public Utility Commission's attempt to stop natural gas growth.  Why gas infrastructure is essential for energy security, and food security.

Propane on the farm and farm incentives   
Propane-Powered Industrial Engines – New, EPA- and/or CARB-certified

industrial engines used for agricultural purposes can qualify for the following

incentives:

$300/liter of displacement for pumping applications and up to $3,000 for certified

dual fuel systems.

 

Power Generation

• $30/kW for prime power generation

• $15/kW for backup power generation

 

 

Propane-Powered Water Heating Systems – New, high-efficiency water heating

systems used in agricultural production operations are eligible for an incentive of

$2000. 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

poultry, swine, and greenhouse heating systems are eligible for an incentive of

$0.10/square foot, up to $2000 maximum per system, when installed as part of an

entire system installation. The complete heating system must either be installed in

new construction or as a conversion from another power source.

 

 

Propane-Powered Flame Weed Control – New tractor pulled flame weed

control systems are eligible for an incentive of $1500. New push type flame

weed control carts are eligible for an incentive of $100.

 

To qualify for the Propane Farm Incentive Program, producers must purchase eligible propane-powered equipment while meeting the following criteria:

• Represent a farm or agribusiness and be at least 18 years of age. 

• Provide an appropriate tax identification number or social security number unique to the farm operation receiving the incentive. 

• Must use equipment on a U.S. farm as defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in direct support of agricultural production. If not on a farm, equipment must be used in support of an agribusiness dedicated to the primary processing of any agricultural, horticultural, or animal commodity. 

• Be a propane customer in good standing with your fuel supplier 

https://propane.com/about/incentive-programs/propane-farm-incentive-program/

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