October 27, 2011 — ROUSH CleanTech’s launched their new 2012 Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks today, designed to suit the needs of a wide variety of industries — including landscaping — for space, range and reliability, while providing a significant reduction in both fuel costs and carbon footprint.
10.27.2011 — ROUSH CleanTech announced their latest propane autogas product offering today with the unveiling of the new 2012 Ford F-250 and F-350 at the Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+Expo) in Louisville, Ky., the nation’s premier show for landscape professionals.
October 25, 2011 — ROUSH CleanTech hires Chelsea Jenkins, formerly of Virginia Clean Cities, to work with East Coast-based public fleets, propane companies, and school districts to market ROUSH CleanTech’s liquid propane autogas technology and educate companies about the benefits of alternative fuel vehicles.
10.25.2011 — ROUSH CleanTech, the industry leader in propane autogas vehicle technology, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Chelsea Jenkins as eastern region fleet sales manager.
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.
It is time to embrace what this motor fuel can do for your customers. These are exciting times for companies dedicated to dressing up the green portfolio in their fleet vehicles… (LP Gas Magazine)
What would link a Ford Mustang tearing up the track at a NASCAR event and a big yellow school bus picking up kids on a suburban street? The link is Roush Enterprises – in the one instance, it’s their racing partnership called Roush Fenway Racing – and in the other, it’s Roush CleanTech, which is powering big yellow school buses and a bunch of other commercial vehicles with essentially zero-emissions propane autogas… (Corp! Magazine)
For the past nine months, two trucks fueled by propane have been cruising Alaska’s roads. One of the trucks was used on the North Slope and weathered temperatures 55 below, to widespread acclaim… (Alaska Dispatch)
ROUSH CleanTech and the Flint Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) unveiled its first propane autogas paratransit vehicle at the 2011 BusCon Expo, booth No. 226, in Chicago… (Mass Transit Magazine)
September 20, 2011 — Denali National Park is among the variety of fleets across Alaska signing on to take propane autogas for a test drive in the state’s pristine wilderness.