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What the carbon-cutting fuel renewable propane means for homes, businesses

By Sophia Thomas Published: Sep. 19, 2023

MORRISVILLE, Vt. (WCAX) – Is it a marketing ploy or a climate solution? We’re months out from the passing of the Clean Heat Standard which requires energy suppliers to reduce their carbon footprint. Now, a fuel company in Morrisville is taking an inaugural step toward cleaning up its act by offering renewable propane.

Reducing Carbon Intensity with Renewable Propane

Oct 4, 2023 by Aaron Larson

Most propane used in the U.S. today is produced as a byproduct of natural gas processing and crude oil refining, which are not considered “green” technologies. However, renewable propane availability is growing. Renewable propane, like its conventional brother, is commonly made as a byproduct of other fuel production, in its case, often renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels. 

Flooding in Johnson brings memories of Tropical Storm Irene for some

By Ike Bendavid Published: Jul. 11, 2023

JOHNSON, Vt. (WCAX) – The water started to recede in Johnson on Tuesday, but the impact of the flooding there was still being felt, as in many other towns across the state.

From downtown Johnson to a nearby trailer park to a flooded organic farm, the high waters are leaving an impact.

Rotary Turkey Drive for Food Shelf set for Nov. 12

Nov. 3, 2022 | By Sara Whitehair

For over a decade, the Waterbury Area Food Shelf has provided Thanksgiving turkeys and all the traditional meal fixings to those in our community in need of assistance. The Waterbury Rotary Club is once again stepping up to help us collect turkeys during our annual turkey drive on Saturday, Nov. 12.

August 14, 2020 By LP Gas

MORRISVILLE, Vt. (WCAX) – Is it a marketing ploy or a climate solution? We’re months out from the passing of the Clean Heat Standard which requires energy suppliers to reduce their carbon footprint. Now, a fuel company in Morrisville is taking an inaugural step toward cleaning up its act by offering renewable propane.

Bourne’s branches into biofuel arena

By Nathan Burgess Nov 21, 2012

“The oil industry is here, and it’s going to be here for a long time,” says Peter Bourne of Morrisville-based Bourne’s Energy. “We might as well make sure we are doing the best job we can.”

Bourne is talking about the environment — reducing harmful emissions from vehicles and oil-based heaters.

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Chamber of commerce honors Bournes

Feb 11, 2016 | Stowe Reporter

About 150 people attended the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce annual membership meeting at the Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa in Stowe on Feb. 3.

Peter and Gail Bourne of Morrisville were honored as business persons of the year, and were praised for their renovations of the building at 92 Lower Main St. 

Home heating and powering diesels with friendlier, more responsible fuel will be easy with Bourne's Energy in town

Sept. 26, 2013 | PRNewswire
Bourne’s Energy is thrilled to announce another milestone in their Vermont lineage with the grand opening of the new Montpelier branch next to Kurrle fuels at 366 East Montpelier Road. Having heating fuels available beside fuel for vehicles is very convenient, not to mention complementary.

Vermont Biodiesel success for Bourne's Energy

Vermony Energy Initiative

Bourne’s Energy delivers Vermont biodiesel to customers.

Bourne’s Energy began to incorporate blended Vermont biodiesel into their fuel business in 2013, due in part to a grant from the Vermont Bioenergy Initiative paying for a facility to produce blended biodiesel. 

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