Monthly Archives

June 2015

Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fuel of the Future

Pennsylvania is the third state with the largest number of propane autogas powered school buses. Check out the television segment that discusses propane’s growing popularity… (Blue Ridge 11)

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Now Taking Tool Kit Pre-Orders

Your garage is filled with tools. But, do you have the right ones to properly service your propane autogas fuel system? As you know, having the right tool at your fingertips is critical to making efficient repairs. The ROUSH CleanTech new propane autogas fuel system tool kit makes it easy to work on your autogas fueled vehicles.

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Clean Cities: Georgetown, Delaware

Our success story this week takes us to Georgetown, Delaware where a pilot program has turned a local transit agency into a propane advocate. In June of 2014, the state owned Delaware Transit Corporation converted 5 buses to propane. The Ford E-450 paratransit buses transport disabled citizens around Sussex County… (Motor Week)

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Mickey, Roush Get ‘Green’ Light at BevOps

Mickey Truck Bodies and ROUSH CleanTech teamed up at the 10th annual BevOps Fleet Summit in Las Vegas to discuss how innovative and reliable propane autogas can be a smart choice for reducing fuel and maintenance costs while providing cleaner air for the community… (Mickey Truck)

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The True Cost of Fuel

I recently spoke to a local school board official who asked the question, “Do we really need to find a long-term alternative to diesel for our buses? The price of oil is cheap, we have a lot of reserves in this country, and the price of diesel has stabilized.” My short answer was that propane autogas is at its lowest point in 13 years so the delta between the two fuels is still dramatic even with diesel under $3.00 / gallon.

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Driving Three Ford F-59 Alternative Fuel Options

ConocoPhillips plans to convert its local fleet of trucks to run on propane produced in the San Juan Basin. The company will convert 30 of its trucks to the propane-based fuel, called propane autogas, this year and will replace more than 300 of its trucks with vehicles that run on propane in the next five years, according to Jim Lowry, a ConocoPhillips spokesman… (Truck Trend)

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ConocoPhillips to Convert Trucks to Propane

ConocoPhillips plans to convert its local fleet of trucks to run on propane produced in the San Juan Basin. The company will convert 30 of its trucks to the propane-based fuel, called propane autogas, this year and will replace more than 300 of its trucks with vehicles that run on propane in the next five years, according to Jim Lowry, a ConocoPhillips spokesman… (Farmington Daily Times)

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