Alt fuel news roundup: 6/20/2013

Welcome to the weekly Autogas Fleet alt fuel news roundup! The ACT Expo is coming up in Washington D.C. next week, so stay tuned for updates about clean vehicle fuels like propane autogas and other industry trends.

  • Big news this morning from Alliance AutoGas, which announced it has built a network of 600 propane autogas fuel stations–and growing–to make clean fuel available to more U.S. fleets. These autogas refueling sites extend from the Southern U.S., Pacific Northwest and Midwest, all the way to Canada, and many places in between.

  • The Alabama Propane Autogas Roadshow is today, and Mark Bentley of the Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition writes about the benefits of this cost-effective clean fuel in the Montgomery Advertiser.

  • The California Energy Commission approved more than $5 million in funding for buy-down incentives for propane autogas and natural gas vehicles.

  • The city of Livonia, Mich., is launching its own propane autogas refueling station.

  • A Pennsylvania school district is gaining 22 new propane-powered school buses.

  • Propane autogas and natural gas fleets just got a huge boost in the state of Florida.

  • Torrington Public Schools in Connecticut unveiled their propane bus fleet this week.

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