Monthly Archives: April 2011
Propane autogas, the term for propane when fueling an on-road vehicle, has the attention of fleet and transportation managers for a few reasons: economics, energy security, and the environment. It is a safe, sustainable, and domestically produced fuel with a robust infrastructure and economic efficiencies.
The leaders at ROUSH put their 35 years of automotive heritage and trust behind their choice of propane autogas, which is a safe, reliable, and non-toxic alternative fuel. Experts have developed numerous methods to make the transport and use of propane autogas safe. In this article you will learn about the industry’s commitment to a safe product, including the development of state-of-the-art fuel tanks, creation of in-depth training materials and classes for handlers, and the funding of research concerning the inherent qualities of propane autogas.
A company known for its involvement in Nascar, introduced a truck that’s fit for the Arctic Slope. At the Alaska North Slope Propane Conference, officials from Michigan-based Roush Clean Tech displayed a propane-powered Ford pick-up truck … (KATN Anchorage TV News)
Jack Roush has established a new venture, Roush CleanTech, which will focus on liquid propane injection vehicles as well as other alternative fuel options. The new engineering company will allow for the expedited delivery of new products to the market … (Fleet Owner)
ROUSH CleanTech will brave the streets of Atlanta as they roll out another satisfied propane-driven customer at MedTrade, a home medical equipment industry trade show set for November 15-18, at the Georgia World Congress Center … (Alternative Energy News)