Jon Dozier was a tough sell the first time through the propane lawn equipment displays at the GIE+Expo in Louisville, Ky. “It happened to be the right time that we were ready to buy equipment,” says Dozier, who last June replaced his gasoline fleet with eight Gravely 60-inch zero-turn riding mowers. On top of that, the company purchased a Ford F-150 propane pickup truck, with the Roush CleanTech retrofit … (LP Gas)
In Texas, propane is big business. The state has more than 850 fueling locations and the world’s largest store of propane autogas. For Gary Kulp, owner of Austin Gutter King, a rain gutter installation and maintenance company, propane seemed like a natural choice after gas prices skyrocketed a few years ago, dropped, then shot back up again … (Business Fleet)
Medical equipment and services provider Wright & Filippis recently replaced seven of its vehicles with propane-fueled versions and plans to convert five more before the end of the year, with potentially more conversions on the way … (Automotive Fleet)
Complying with an airport directive to use cleaner-burning energy, a ground transportation company finds significant savings and reduced emissions fueling with propane autogas.
5.3.2011 — ROUSH CleanTech to display six vehicles fueled by domestic propane autogas at premier clean transportation event.