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Mar
08

New features on Program website

SPADP’s public website now includes some exciting new fleet resources and updated information on the Program’s progress. Take a look at the new additions, which include:

As of early March 2012, program fleet partners have offset more than 993 tons of greenhouse gases, displaced nearly 652,000 gallons of gasoline and funded more than 32,600 work hours! We’re excited to watch these numbers grow as the Program continues to convert autogas vehicles.

SPADP is proud to announce the launch of the Propane Autogas Roadshow Series, which will educate regional fleets throughout the Southeast U.S. about autogas benefits and the available technology. The roadshows will also feature autogas vehicle test drives and presentations from autogas technology providers. Visit the Roadshow Series page to view this year’s schedule and find a roadshow coming to a location near you.

We’ve added links to several websites that can help fleets in their transition to propane autogas. Since finding a fueling station is a common concern for any driver, we’ve linked to a propane station finder from the U.S. Department of Energy. Just select “Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Propane)” as an alternative fuel, type in your address or ZIP code and the program will pull up a list of the nearest fuel stations with their locations pinpointed on Google Maps.

  • Outline of the proven benefits of propane autogas

As the most widely used alternative fuel in the world, autogas technology has a proven track record for delivering dependable performance while helping fleets save money and cut down on emissions. Take a look at this page for more details on how autogas offers fleet managers and drivers peace of mind when transitioning to the alternative fuel.

  • Links to educational tools provided by the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC)

On our Industry Resources page, we’ve included a link to PERC’s Resource Library, which includes a number of materials detailing the latest results from PERC’s research and development program. The library includes fact sheets, case studies and project reports.

Keep an eye out for more features to be added to our website as we collect the latest news on the Program and compile the best online resources for alternative fuel fleets.

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