At ROUSH CleanTech, we pride ourselves on quality, service, and our customers’ ownership experience. Fleets from a variety of industries across the United States have already made the switch to propane autogas, and our customers are all seeing the same results: reduced fuel costs, lower carbon footprint, and easy refueling solutions.

Alpha Baking

In 2005, Alpha Baking Company Inc., began testing alternative fuels to power its fleet of delivery trucks.

Alvin Independent School District

Following the 1970s energy crisis, Alvin Independent School District (ISD), Texas, began researching alternative fuel options. A decade later, as fuel access and pricing began hindering the district’s transportation department, the district turned to propane autogas to power its school bus fleet.

City of Cincinnati

The City of Cincinnati set out to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in city fleet vehicles by switching Ford pickup trucks to run on clean-burning propane autogas.

DeKalb County

Georgia's DeKalb County reduces their carbon footprint by over 4,000 pounds per vehicle, per year with their ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas Ford F-150 trucks.

Flint MTA Builds Green Paratransit Fleet

Each year, Flint Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) transports nearly 470,000 passengers through its paratransit service. Seniors, persons with disabilities and the general public rely on the MTA’s “Your Ride” curb-to-curb shuttle bus service within the City of Flint and Genesee County.