Alt fuel industry news roundup: 2/21/2013

Welcome to the weekly Thursday Autogas Fleet news roundup! This week, we have news about Alliance AutoGas expanding service to fleets throughout Tennessee and Louisiana, as well as fleets across the country delving into alternative fuel use with vehicles that run on American-made fuels like propane autogas and compressed natural gas.

  • Alliance AutoGas welcomed Lampton-Love this week, a Southeast U.S. propane retailer that will provide the Alliance complete program to fleets in Tennessee and Louisiana.

  • Gasoline prices have been rising steadily for more than a month–and counting! Could mean record highs for 2013, which is bad news for fleets that depend on traditional gasoline-powered vehicles for transportation.

  • ROUSH CleanTech is providing three new propane-powered Ford trucks, including the Ford F-59, F-53 and E-450.

  • The City of Phoenix will add 120 new CNG buses to their Valley Metro fleet. Meanwhile, a city in Iowa is testing out CNG with two initial vehicle conversions.

  • And, finally, check out this video about the new Unified Government propane autogas fleet in Kansas, which is expected to save about $133,000 annually on fuel costs with 13 vehicles.

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