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UPS Buying 1,000 Propane-Fueled Delivery Trucks

The United Parcel Service, aka UPS, recently announced on Wednesday March 5, 2014 their intention to invest $70 million in order to purchase 1,000 propane-fueled delivery trucks.  The investment includes plans to build 50 fueling stations.  This announcement bears good news for the propane industry, and comes on the heels of their dismal winter season, […]

Propane-Fueled Farm Equipment Incentives

Farmers looking for innovative new ways to power their farm equipment can take advantage of purchase incentives of up to $5,000 when they purchase eligible propane-fueled farm equipment in 2014.  These incentives are part of the Propane Education & Research Council’s (PERC) attempt to reduce harmful impacts on the environment as well as help farmers […]

Should drivers be nervous about using auto-gas in their cars?

The answer to this question is very simple, NO, actually propane has better safety records than gasoline, the auto-gas is in a puncture resistant tank, and if that’s not enough, there are other safety systems to ensure that no gas escapes. Now that you know, driving an auto-gas car is not only safety but also […]

Getting Educated on Propane

Ever wonder if other Americans, like you, have been interested in converting their vehicles to propane autogas? Being able to save on fuel, and possibly qualifying for government tax credits are just two of the benefits. Recently in Mesa Arizona, public schools have made the decision to go green in a way that will revolutionize […]

Propane vs. Gasoline

The Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report has been released and with it some interesting stats on nationwide fuel prices.  Here is an overview of propane vs. gasoline. Propane National Average per gallon = $2.73 Regular Gasoline National Average per gallon = $3.65 “ Propane prices are lower than gasoline in all regions of the […]

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