Propane Autogas – Conversions and Infrastructure

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Ala. Department of Corrections Saves with Propane Autogas

Alabama's Department of Corrections (DOC) saves thousands of dollars per year by fueling its vans with propane autogas.

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Wash. City Converts Service Fleet to Propane Autogas

The City of Redmond, Wash., has converted 10 of its service trucks to run on propane autogas. The fleet of pickup trucks and vans is primarily used for its parks, construction, and water departments.

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CNG, LPG Vehicle Market to Grow 10% a Year by 2022

The global compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market is expected to grow by more than 10% a year over the next six years due to the increase in population and urbanization, a growing demand for passenger and commercial vehicles, and stringent emission control regulations, according to a new forecast.

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EPA Testing Results on Propane Autogas Ford Transit

In a recent Environmental Protection Agency emissions test, the Ford Transit showed dramatic reductions of harmful emissions while performing on propane autogas when compared to the same engine operating on gasoline.

Photo of Cenergy Solutions’ Testing Site courtesy of Cenergy Solutions.

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Cenergy Solutions Unveils Natural Gas Alternative to Propane

Cenergy Solutions has unveiled Adsorbent Natural Gas (ANG) fuel technology as a less expensive and safer alternative to vehicles that run on propane autogas (LNG).

Products

Propane Autogas Evacuation Pump

The Autogas LPG Evacuation Pump from Alliance Autogas is the first of its kind in the United States. It was designed to remove propane from autogas tanks when service or repairs are required.

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Zebulon Promotes Alternative Fuels to Neb. Fleets

Zebulon Innovations is working with Nebraskan alt-fuels companies Otte Oil and Propane and C.A.F.E. Nebraska to educate and promote the use of of liquid propane gas (LPG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) for fleets.

Photo of the fueling station courtesy of Alliance Autogas.

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Sharp Energy Develops Propane Fueling Station with Alliance Autogas

Sharp Energy, Inc., opened a fueling station in in Georgetown, Del., which was developed in partnership with Alliance AutoGas.

By the end of 2016, UPS will have invested more than $750 million in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles and fueling stations globally since 2009, including propane autogas vehicles. (Photo courtesy of UPS)

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UPS Reaches Alternative Fuels Goal a Year Early

UPS has achieved its goal of driving 1 billion miles with its alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet one year earlier than planned, the global delivery company announced.

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Ill. Agency's Propane Autogas Mowers Reduce Fuel Costs

Since 2013, the Forest Preserves of Cook County, Ill., has converted 32 mowers to run on propane autogas and plans to convert 19 more, pending approval of a grant application.

Propane autogas is commonly available as a natural gas byproduct and is the third most common vehicle fuel worldwide behind gasoline and diesel. This channel will cover vehicle conversion kits, news about fleets converting their vehicles to run on propane autogas, fueling infrastructure, and the environmental benefits of using the clean-burning fuel.
 

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