The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) announced the Boston/Cape Cod KOA Campground as 2020’s Commercial Propane Project of the Year, an annual contest that recognizes the best residential and commercial projects being powered by propane. The campground is a popular tourist destination for people visiting Boston, Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts. After fielding customer complaints about minimal hot water use and long wait times, the KOA Campground started converting water heaters to propane tankless systems several years ago, but their budget only allowed them to convert two water heaters per year. Fortunately, with the help of JaySan Gas Service operations manager Evan Pittsley, the campground was able to expedite converting all the water heaters to propane for a total of 18 cabins running on propane. Pittsley negotiated appliance and material pricing with vendors, secured incentives from the Propane Gas Association of New England, and arranged rebates from tankless manufacturer, Rinnai, to help fund this project. In addition to the tankless units in the cabins, the campground utilizes propane in a pump station that fills portable cylinders and RVs and in a laundry building with propane-powered commercial dryers.