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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.
As “Earth Day” month comes to a close, this week marks “Air Quality Awareness Week,” a time to consider steps we take to improve the air quality in our local communities. Clean air is vital to our daily lives and … Continue reading
This week’s news roundup features several fleets across the country that are switching vehicles to clean, affordable propane autogas: The Polk County Police Department converted 10 cruisers to propane autogas through Alliance AutoGas, saving the fleet $47,000 in fuel costs … Continue reading
Today’s post puts the spotlight on a propane autogas fleet we briefly mentioned in last week’s news roundup: the Carroll County, Ga., Sheriff’s Office. Part of the Southeast Propane Autogas Development Program from Virginia Clean Cities, the Carroll County Sheriff’s … Continue reading
It’s already making out to be a positive year for propane autogas, with more fleets making the switch to this viable clean fuel and government tax credits extended to make transitioning to autogas even more affordable. Here are some of … Continue reading
Alliance AutoGas partner Charter Fuels is helping a Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office save thousands annually on fuel costs with just one propane autogas fleet vehicle. The Iowa County Sheriff’s Office near Madison, Wis., expects to save between $5,000–$5,400 a year after … Continue reading