Monthly Archives

April 2011

Monthly Archives: April 2011

Price

Over the past 100 years, propane autogas has proven to be a cost-effective alternative fuel to lower operating costs through less expensive fuel and extended maintenance intervals.

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System Tech

Starting with an introduction to propane autogas’ safety and emissions features, this engineering article explains in detail the propane autogas fuel system and subsystems, including fuel rail assembly, fuel line assembly, fuel tank features, and powertrain control system.

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Autogas

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.

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Safety

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.

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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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Wright & Filippis

A home medical equipment provider looking to be green — both environmentally and financially, finds propane autogas economical and dependable.

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King County

Eager to protect their region’s eco structure and use government funds wisely, this public fleet division eliminates more than 75,000 pounds of carbon dioxide and saves $1,700 per vehicle running on propane autogas each year.

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