Public transportation is going green. People who want to celebrate Earth Day week by commuting in a vehicle powered by a cleaner-burning fuel should hop on the bus… (USA Today)
One school district in Connecticut is getting a whole new fleet of school buses; a move that may actually save taxpayers thousands of dollars… (News 8)
In today’s economy, it pays to think outside of the box when it comes to finding new ways to save money and Shelton’s Mayor Mark A. Lauretti says he’s struck gold with propane autogas… (Shelton Patch)
At ROUSH CleanTech, we are dedicated to creating the most robust service network in the alternative fuels industry. To accomplish this, we have a field service team focused on expanding the service network, minimizing vehicle downtime and increasing the number of mechanics trained on alternative fuels.
The wheels on Lafayette Parish school system’s newest buses still go round and round, but now eight of them use propane instead of diesel to transport students all over town… (The Advocate)
Several new propane autogas products were unveiled April 13-15 at the Southeastern Convention & International Propane Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta… (LP Gas Magazine)
This week, ROUSH CleanTech will begin taking fleet orders for its propane autogas-powered Ford F-650 chassis cab, brining a new dedicated propane platform to the medium-duty marketplace… (NGT News)
04.15.2013 — ROUSH CleanTech is now taking orders for the new multipurpose Ford F-650 propane autogas fuel system, with production beginning in October.
Up to $1,400,000 available for funding, administered by the Texas State Energy Convservation Office (SECO).
Open To: PUBLIC fleets in TEXAS.
As Americans, we consider ourselves to be at the forefront of innovation compared to the rest of the world. Unfortunately, when it comes to alternative fuels, many countries are way ahead of us. Did you know that there are more than 17 million vehicles powered by propane autogas in the world today? But only about 270,000 of those operate in the United States – that’s less than 2 percent of all passenger vehicles!