SDG 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
With the elevated need to lower carbon footprint, LPG has proved its importance by being one of the most versatile and flexible energy sources that has several applications in different industries while causing no harm to the environment. In addition, with the presence of Bio LPG, the renewable, more green alternative of regular LPG, several industries have witnessed the rise of different economic growth plans that ensure promising outcomes for all the sectors that LPG supports.
SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
Different cities worldwide, including both large and small communities, tend to use LPG in different ways. Autogas, for instance, is considered one of the most common uses of LPG in urban areas as it is considered the third most used automotive fuel globally due to its sustainability and environmental friendly profile. Another widespread use of LPG is for cooking purposes where many developed countries chose the healthier alternative to energize their cooking process and thus embarking on a cleaner environment as well.
SDG 13: Climate Action
Due to its ability to reduce the emissions of climate-active pollutants such as methane and black carbon besides carbon dioxide, the use of LPG as an energy source is known to be one of the most significant contributors to the reduction of short and long-term global warming as it helps the world embark on a lower-carbon energizing journey.
Sustainable Development Goals
There are more than 1,000 applications of LPG, a clean-burning fuel, which contribute to all SDGs either directly or indirectly in a range of ways.