The Alaska Propane Technical Summit starts today on the North Slope, a fitting location seeing as how companies are interested in extracting propane from there to power Alaska’s truck fleets …(Juneau Empire)
August 23, 2011 — The Alaska Propane Technical Summit brought together 30 government officials, operational experts representing North Slope companies, and other potential stakeholders to discuss how ROUSH CleanTech’s propane autogas technology can promote job growth and environmental sustainability in Alaska, while turning an underutilized native natural resource into an economic gain.
8.23.2011 — Alaska summit discusses how propane autogas can promote jobs and environmental sustainability.
CCSE Residential Energy Roadshow Kicks Off 18-Month Program Demonstrating Benefits of Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Alternative Fuels
8.24.2011 — Energy roadshow designed to educate and inspire Southern Californians to become more aware of how to create an energy-sustainable lifestyle.
ROUSH CleanTech, a leader in propane autogas vehicle technology, recently promoted Melissa Cox and added Brad Beauchamp to the company’s sales team. Cox is now leading the outside sales staff for transportation fleet sales … (GreenFleet Magazine)
ROUSH CleanTech, the industry leader in propane autogas vehicle technology, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Brad Beauchamp to the position of fleet sales manager for the western region … (Government Fleet)
Refueling with propane autogas is easy, safe, and fast. Read more about how to refuel, where the closest refueling station is, and watch a video here.
June 20, 2011 — Heritage Propane L.P., one of the largest propane distributors in the U.S., is showing potential customers that propane autogas is a valid alternative to fuel their fleets. Heritage Propane has purchased five new ROUSH CleanTech Ford E-Series vans that they will loan to potential fleet customers interested in learning firsthand about the benefits of converting their fleets to this domestically produced fuel.
July 26, 2011 — ROUSH CleanTech and Blue Bird Corporation unveiled the future of alternative-fueled school bus transportation, The Next Generation Propane-Powered Vision. On display at the School Transportation News Expo in Reno, the bus is built on a Blue Bird chassis and powered by a Ford 6.8-liter V-10 engine with the ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas fuel system. Meeting both EPA and CARB certification requirements, this Type C school bus offers 362 horsepower, 457 pounds of torque and fuel savings with cost reductions of 30 to 40 percent on average compared to diesel counterparts.
ROUSH CleanTech welcomes Austin Gutter King to the growing number of businesses making the commitment in 2011 to power up their fleets with a clean alternative to imported fuel … (Work Truck)