Propane Autogas

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October 29, 2014

Green Fleet Conference Panel Debunks Alt-Fuel Misconceptions

Dirty diesel? Dangerous natural gas? Expensive propane stations? Some myths and misconceptions about alternative fuels were debunked in a fun late-night talk show format Wednesday at the Green Fleet Conference in Schaumburg, Ill.

October 29, 2014

ROUSH CleanTech Shelves Propane Autogas Transit

ROUSH CleanTech has indefinitely halted production of its propane autogas powered Ford Transit full-size van after hearing concerns from fleet owners.

October 28, 2014

PERC Clean American Innovation: Roush CleanTech

In this video from the Propane Education and Research Council, Roush CleanTech explains how its partnership with Ford has allowed it to design Propane powered vehicles that are tuned to get the most out of a conversion to the fuel.

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October 28, 2014

PERC Clean American Innovation: Freightliner

In this video from the Propane Education and Research Council, Freightliner shows off the Propane S2G truck designed from the frame to the engine to run on Propane Autogas. The company designed its propane applications in conjunction with companies who were in part funded by a grant from PERC.

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October 28, 2014

PERC Showcases Propane Technologies in Video Series

The Propane Education and Research Council released a series of videos highlighting companies that are developing and commercializing new propane technologies.

October 13, 2014

Pro-Vend 2000 is a High-Tech Propane Dispenser

The Pro-Vend 2000 propane autogas fuel dispenser features a secure, web-based fuel management system for creating customizable fuel reports. Made by Superior Energy Systems, the dispenser is designed to make tracking fuel usage and costs easier for fleets.

October 1, 2014

ROUSH CleanTech to Launch Propane Autogas Transit in 2016

ROUSH CleanTech will begin offering a propane autogas powered Ford Transit full-size van to fleet customers in the middle of 2016, the company told AutomotiveFleet.com.

October 1, 2014

Alt Fuel Aftermarket Options: Propane Autogas Proves Affordable, Environmentally Friendly

Michael Taylor from the Propane Education and Research Council answers some common questions about converting a fleet to propane and outlines the benefits of switching to a more environmentally friendly option.

September 12, 2014

Alternative Fuels: There’s More Than One Path to Sustainability and Savings

Whether you’re looking to improve the environment, tap into demand for “greener” transportation options, or save money on fuel, there are many possible routes to take when it comes to alternative fuels.

September 10, 2014

Propane Supplier Readies Dual-Fuel System for Diesels

Blossman Services is waiting on final governmental approval for a “blended fuel” system that injects varying amounts of propane autogas to replace diesel fuel in heavy duty truck engines.

August 13, 2014

Freightliner's S2G Propane-Autogas-Powered Truck Chassis

Built on FCCC's S2 chassis, the S2G's 8-liter, 325 hp engine supplied by Powertrain Integration offers clean-burning propane-autogas technology to heac The engine uses General Motors' long block and other components as its core.

August 5, 2014

Chinese Gliders Are Platforms for New American Class 7-8 Trucks

Alkane Truck Co. will install domestic propane and natural gas engines and fuel systems, and automatic or automated manual transmissions in Daimler Foton chassis for sale in the U.S.

July 14, 2014

Power Solutions Receives EPA Certification for 8.8-Liter Engine

Alternative-fueled engine maker Power Solutions International has received certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that the company's 8.8-liter propane and natural gas fueled engine can be used for on-highway applications.

June 12, 2014

Video: UPS Talks About Propane Adoption

In March, UPS announced plans to roll out 1,000 propane autogas vehicles and 50 on-site refueling dispensers in select locations beginning in 2015. This video from the Propane Education & Research Council features interviews with key personnel involved in the 20-car propane autogas pilot test they conducted in Gainesville, Ga., and answers why propane autogas is a fit for one the largest, most sustainable fleets in the nation.

May 13, 2014

Propane Autogas Engine Squeezes Out Cost, So It’s Called ‘PIthon’

Powertrain Integration’s 8-liter V-8 propane autogas engine is now called “PIthon." The big-block propane-fuel V-8 is being used by FCCC in its S2G medium-duty chassis-cab truck.

April 30, 2014

Michigan Fleet Explains ROI on Propane Fuel

Michigan's AAustin Express Inc. and GM Freight Inc. has converted 90 of its 175 cargo vans and straight trucks to propane fuel, using the Icom liquid injection system. Vice President of Operations Adam McCloe discusses how the efficiency of propane autogas provided a substantial return on investment in this video from the Propane Education and Research Council.

March 17, 2014

Inexpensive Propane Dual-Fuel System Promises Quick Payback

Propane is the alternative fuel that’s added to a diesel or gasoline engine in a product from LP Energy Systems, a small firm in La Conner, Wash. The device, called simply the Dual Fuel System, injects up to 20% propane vapor into the fuel stream to displace the more costly diesel or gasoline fuel and reduce exhaust emissions,

March 5, 2014

UPS Investing $70 Million in Propane Delivery Trucks

WORK TRUCK SHOW -- United Parcel Service will buy 1,000 propane-fueled "package cars" for use in rural areas following successful test in Georgia.

February 12, 2014

Washington to Get 11 Public Propane Refueling Stations

The state of Washington will soon be home to one of the nation’s largest privately funded propane autogas public refueling networks, and the single largest installation of alternative fuel infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest.

January 17, 2014

Propane Haulers Ask for Regional HOS Exemptions

In a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, the National Propane Gas Association on Wednesday called on him to grant regional exemptions from federal hours of service regulations for the Midwest and Eastern parts of the U.S., to relieve what the group says is "pressure on the current propane distribution network."

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