INCENTIVES

A variety of federal and state government incentives are in place to help transition away from conventional fuels and encourage the switch to clean burning alternatives. Incentives range from tax credits on fuel, partial reimbursement for fueling infrastructure, to increased high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane access. These government incentives can help improve the feasibility and profitability of converting your fleet vehicles to run on the ROUSH CleanTech liquid propane autogas technology. A summary of these incentives is below:

Federal Incentives

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center maintains an extensive and up-to-date database of federal laws and incentives related to propane autogas. Be sure to check the site regularly as laws change over time.

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State and Local Incentives

In addition to federal incentives, many states, cities, and counties offer further propane autogas incentives. More than 250 state-mandated incentives and regulations exist to promote further use of propane autogas and other alternative fuels. Some examples are funding of infrastructure, money back on the cost to covert to propane autogas, and increased high occupancy vehicle lane access.

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Other Incentives

In addition to federal incentives, many states, cities, and counties offer further propane autogas incentives. More than 250 state-mandated incentives and regulations exist to promote further use of propane autogas and other alternative fuels. Some examples are funding of infrastructure, money back on the cost to covert to propane autogas, and increased high occupancy vehicle lane access.

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