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February 2014

Tools for Training

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The NTEA Work Truck Show is only a week away. ROUSH CleanTech will be there in full force, not only to showcase our technology on the trade show floor, but also to meet with you, our valued partner. This year, we will be presenting our “Partner Sales & Training Program ” at the Work Truck Show, and at other major trade shows that focus on green technology, such as ACT Expo and Green Fleet Expo.

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Alvin Independent School District

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Following the 1970s energy crisis, Alvin Independent School District (ISD), Texas, began researching alternative fuel options. A decade later, as fuel access and pricing began hindering the district’s transportation department, the district turned to propane autogas to power its school bus fleet.

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Alternative Fuels Surging Ahead in Bus Marketplace; Industry Devising Ways to Power Buses, from CNG to Electric to Biofuel

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Once bus engines meant diesel power. Alternative fuels were considered impractical and expensive. But that is changing dramatically. Alternatively-fueled vehicles account for more than 40 percent of current U.S. public transit fleets, and 59.7 percent of current U.S. public transit fleets, and 59.7 percent of new buses operate with alternative fuels… (Passenger Transport)

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Blue Bird Recognizes ROUSH CleanTech as Supplier of the Year

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ROUSH CleanTech won the 2013 Supplier of the Year from Blue Bird Corporation for its liquefied propane-autogas fuel system and tank that power the Vision conventional and Micro Bird Type A small-bus models. “Together, Blue Bird and ROUSH CleanTech have successfully provided school buses fueled by economical, clean, American-made propane autogas,” said Joe Thompson, president of ROUSH CleanTech… (School Transportation News)

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