LPG is a natural by-product from the extraction of natural gas and oil, and from refining crude oil. At room temperature, LPG is gaseous, but it becomes liquid when cooled or pressurised. In liquid form, the gas can be easily transported and stored on-site in tanks of varies sizes, including small cylinders.
Similar to natural gas from the mains gas grid, LPG is a flexible source of energy and has a wide variety of uses including space and water heating, cooking and power.
Key Advantages of the Product
This is an income generating activity for women/youths which provides them with decent jobs/business opportunity in the rural areas.
This helps mitigate climate change effects of carbon monoxide emissions in the air
Reduced respiratory health problem, less hospital visits saving families on time and money.
This helps on environmental conservation and afforestation.