Texas Alternative Fuel Fleet Pilot Program

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Jan
06

Clean Cities has transformed transportation markets for alternative fuels

In its 20-year history, Clean Cities has changed the world of alternative fuels, helping to displace more than 5 billion gallons of petroleum. The program has achieved this success through the work of nearly 100 local coalitions across the country and their thousands of stakeholders on the front lines. When the Energy Department first established Clean… Continue reading »

Jun
27

“The Price of Propane for Fleet Vehicle Use”

Back in March, the ICF International published a white paper entitled “The Price of Propane for Fleet Vehicle Use” You can download a copy of the report, but to help save time I’ve listed 3 of the most important findings below: ICF International studied confidential transactions for more than 30 million gallons of propane sales.… Continue reading »

Jun
12

Dickinson ISD Runs Propane Autogas School Buses

Dickinson Independent School District was awarded a grant from the Department of Energy, the Railroad Commission of Texas and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality totaling over $2.9 million for the replacement of 25 diesel-fueled buses with new propane-fueled buses. A requirement of the grant was that 25 diesel buses had to be destroyed and replaced… Continue reading »

May
04

Did You Know?

Did you know professional landscaping companies can save as much as $1,000 on a new propane-fueled mower under the Propane Mower End-User Incentive Program?  This program, launched recently by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), envisions as many as 600 new propane-fueled commercial mowers into service nationwide through the program. Eligible professional mowing companies… Continue reading »

May
02

Conroe Independent School District’s First Year Operating Propane-Powered School Buses

Conroe Independent School District (CISD) is located in North Houston encompassing more than 348 square miles with 55 campuses. Conroe ISD’s currently educates more than 52,400 students with an average enrollment growth of 1,577 per year. I recently talked with Conroe ISD Transportation Director, Samuel X. Davila to discuss how his first year running propane-powered… Continue reading »

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