Category Archive: Refueling Infrastructure

Nov
28

Economic Benefits of Propane Autogas

A recent survey shows cost is the single biggest motivator behind a consumer’s decision of whether or not to adopt alternative fuels. Fortunately, price is one of propane autogas’ biggest selling points. The most obvious and immediate savings from using autogas can be seen at the pump. Autogas costs about $1.00 less per gallon than …

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Oct
27

Frequently Asked Questions: Propane Autogas Fuel

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This is the first post of a two-part series to answer some frequently asked questions about propane autogas and autogas vehicles. Today we’re answering questions about propane autogas fuel. Is the propane used for my vehicle different than the kind used for my barbeque? Yes, there are several different blends and grades of propane and …

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Jan
25

Autogas fleets will benefit from recent tax package

Fleets will enjoy a 50-cent-per-gallon tax credit on Autogas through 2011

Previously expired federal alternative fuel tax credits were renewed in the December lame-duck Congressional session, providing Autogas fleets additional economic incentive. The tax package – H.R. 4853 – includes the following Autogas provisions: Excise Tax Credits and Outlay Payments for Alternative Fuel and Alternative Fuel Mixtures Extends 50-cent-per-gallon alternative fuel tax credit for Autogas purchases through …

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Nov
03

Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office celebrates adoption of alternative fuels with vehicle and facility tour

Muscogee County Sheriff Darr addresses media at vehicle and facility tour

On Friday, October 22, the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office hosted a media event to celebrate its transition to clean alternative fueling. The tour featured the county’s new propane Autogas vehicles and newly implemented propane Autogas fueling station. The Sheriff’s Office gave a propane Autogas fueling demonstration, offered visitors the opportunity to look under the hood …

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