Florida Propane Gas Association

The Florida Propane Gas Association was founded in 1945 in order to promote, protect and encourage the growth of the LP-Gas industry in the State of Florida. Since its founding,  this non-profit association has been working to protect the interest of our industry, our members and our customers.

The FPGA is deeply committed to safety, education, legislative and regulatory efforts, marketing and promotion, training in management, finance, sales, safety and service

Upcoming Events:

2021 FPGA Fall Meetings

October 26-28, 2021

The Hard Rock

Daytona Beach, FL 

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The Benefits of Membership

The Florida Propane Gas Association has been in existence for over 60 years and is made up of businesses like yours and other marketers, dealers, suppliers, dispensers, and contractor companies.  We need your company’s support and participation in the only state-wide propane gas trade association in Florida.

The issues our association deals with on behalf of the industry includes government regulations, transportation regulations, building and other regulatory codes, environmental regulations, safety, training, marketing, consumer relations and education, and more.  To be effective and provide a strong, unified voice from the propane gas industry, we need your support.  Your membership also ensures you receive timely and useful information from the association on these issues so you can make the best business decisions.  In addition to your financial investment, we always encourage you to participate in the many programs and activities of the Florida Propane Gas Association and the National Propane Gas Association throughout the year which includes industry networking, continued education, seminars, conventions, and conferences.

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Propane Education Foundation of Florida Rebate Program

The Propane Education Foundation of Florida (PEFF) designed this program to promote the adoption of propane-powered appliances. This program will run from November 1, 2019 to December 1, 2021 or until funds are depleted, whichever comes first. 

Rebate forms must be submitted by a propane dealer licensed with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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