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More than 13,000 Propane Autogas Vehicles Sold in 2017

The new vehicles will annually consume approximately 36.8 million gallons of clean propane autogas, and many will be displacing fuels with higher emissions like gasoline and diesel, according to the Propane Education & Research Council.

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PERC to Demo Emissions Reductions at Work Truck Show

Fleet owners and managers will have ample opportunity to learn how propane autogas reduces a fleet’s emissions profile and its total cost-of-ownership with a demonstration during the Work Truck Show 2018.

Answer These 9 Questions Before Implementing Propane Autogas

Taking time to learn the ins and outs of propane autogas up front can boost your odds for a successful program later.

World LP Gas Forum 2014

Business Fleet attended this year's World LP Gas Forum in Miami to experience the latest developments in technology for the global propane autogas industry firsthand, including propane autogas engines for fleet vehicles. Read the full article here. Photos by Amy Winter.

PERC Clean American Innovation: Roush CleanTech

In this video from the Propane Education and Research Council, Roush CleanTech explains how its partnership with Ford has allowed it to design Propane powered vehicles that are tuned to get the most out of a conversion to the fuel. To read more about the series click here. 

PERC Clean American Innovation: Freightliner

In this video from the Propane Education and Research Council, Freightliner shows off the Propane S2G truck designed from the frame to the engine to run on Propane Autogas. The company designed its propane applications in conjunction with companies who were in part funded by a grant from PERC. To read more about the series click here. 

On the Quest for Green Dollars

For fleets struggling to find the funds to buy alt-fuel vehicles, there is money available. All it takes to get it is to formulate a plan, build relationships, and pay attention to the details.

Propane Autogas: Advantages Beyond Financial Incentives

Even beyond federal and state incentives, propane autogas proves a viable fuel source with lower greenhouse gas emissions and reduced fueling costs.

Mammoth Cave National Park Investing in More Propane Autogas Buses

The park recently bought four new Blue Bird Vision Propane-Powered school buses to replace aging buses in its fleet though a grant from the Energy Department that was facilitated by the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition.

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Test Drives Propane Vehicles

ThyssenKrupp Elevator will roll out its initial propane-powered fleet vehicles in Phoenix by the end of 2010.