No. It’s known as a ‘drop-in fuel’ which means you can use it in the same LPG system and equipment you currently have. Made from a diverse mix of biological feedstocks and processes, it is chemically indistinct from fossil LPG, which means no retrofit costs, and an easy switch for people to make. It can be blended with fossil LPG which sets it apart from other biofuel solutions, which cannot be blended with their conventional counterparts and require new infrastructure.
So whilst LPG is already a lower carbon energy source, BioLPG takes this one step further offering up to 90% carbon emissions reductions and carrying the same low NOx, SOx and Particulate Matter.