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The Blog for AutoGas Fleets
There are currently over five million fleet vehicles in the United States with a bevy of resources aimed at fleet owners, operators, managers and everyone in between - consulting agencies, GPS technology and fuel management software providers, purchasing and leasing outsourcing companies, etc. However, there is a distinct lack of resources when it comes to the relationship between fleets and alternative fuels. With rising gasoline and diesel prices, more stringent emissions laws, and an overall global trend toward environmental sustainability, this relationship is becoming very real for our country's fleets. Many have already seen the potential alternative fuels can offer.
This blog is here to help.
This week’s rundown of the top alternative fuel and fleet industry headlines includes a new propane autogas video curriculum, a clean fuel debate in Oregon, a new fuel economy report from the EPA, and much more: As we blogged about … Continue reading
The streamlined EPA regulations regarding after-market conversions for alternative transportation fuels (for light-duty cars and trucks) got a lot of coverage last week – and those in the industry likely know the key points already. This isn’t a rehash of … Continue reading
There are two types of certifications for aftermarket alternative fuel vehicle conversions. The first is EPA certification. Pretty standard really. There is an application process followed by bureaucracy, then tests and data, more bureaucracy, and then, hopefully, the applicant is … Continue reading