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Final Agenda for “Moving Texans with Propane” in Tyler

Central Texas Clean Cities is hosting, “Moving Texans with Propane” on Thursday, March 29, 2012 in Tyler, Texas. The day starts off with lunch at Rick’s on the Square at 11:45am, followed by a Propane Vehicle & Commercial Mower Ride & Drive Demo. Check out the final agenda below and register today!


Moving the Tyler Area with Propane

Stacy Neef, Director of Central Texas Clean Cities, invites you to participate in the “Moving the Tyler Area with Propane” on Thursday, March 29, 2012 in Tyler, Texas. This gathering will provide the opportunity to give fleet managers, transportation directors, purchasing agents, drivers and other attendees a first hand LPG experience in East Texas. Register… Continue reading »


Flickr Slideshow: “Moving Texans With Propane”

Congratulations to Central Texas Clean Cities Director, Stacy Neef for hosting a very successful event, “Moving Texans With Propane,” at the City of Temple: Mayborn Civic and Convention Center yesterday!  Fleet managers, transportation directors, technicians and purchasers had the opportunity to learn about the latest vehicle technologies, fueling, incentives, cost-effectiveness and availability, directly from propane… Continue reading »


Benefits Of Propane To Keep In Mind

I hope everyone had a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday and is easing back into work this Monday morning. Today, I want to touch on just a few benefits of propane that seem obvious but are many times overlooked!  As consumers become more conscious of their green footprint, they look for ways to use less… Continue reading »


Did You Know?

Did you know propane autogas exhaust emits 60 to 70 percent less smog-producing hydrocarbons than gasoline? Studies by the Southwest Research Institute found propane autogas cuts emissions of toxins and carcinogens like benzene and toluene by up to 96 percent, compared to gasoline.  Also, compared to gasoline, propane autogas yields up to 24 percent fewer… Continue reading »

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