In 2017, our Añasco, Puerto Rico facility completed the construction of a $2 million cogeneration plant (CHP) to reduce greenhouse gas air emissions, provide more reliable energy and offset direct utility electricity costs. This new propane-fueled cogeneration power station is the first CHP unit operating with Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) for manufacturing activities within the United States. Using LPG, the CHP unit can generate electricity, chilled water and steam at a much lower environmental and financial cost than the local utility. In 2017, the CHP unit provided 60-70 percent of the Añasco facility’s electricity needs. The CHP cogeneration unit is an efficient, clean and reliable source of power and thermal energy from a single fuel source.