 Study: Global sales of autogas vehicles to continue growth

Sales of propane autogas vehicles worldwide will exceed 1.4 million per year by 2020, Pike Research said in a report. This year, about 1 million vehicles worldwide will be converted to run on propane autogas, Pike Research said. The company said it expects North America to experience 7% growth in autogas conversions through 2020. LPGasMagazine.com (2/21) LinkedIn

 Propane conversion kits are showcased at Mo. lawn, garden show

Metro Lawn showcased its propane conversion kits at the Lawn and Garden Show in Springfield, Mo, last week. "A lot of the big lawn-mowing companies are going over to propane because of the greenhouse effect," said account manager Jill Buchheit with AmeriGas. Metro Lawn is a sister company of propane distributors AmeriGas and Titan. Springfield News-Leader (Mo.) (tiered subscription model) (2/17) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

 Propane cooler lets campers chill their food with fire

  • A new propane-powered cooler gives campers an alternative to ice when they need to keep food and beverages cold. The Propane Cooler can be connected to any propane tank that has a CGA #600 adapter. Wired.com (2/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

 Mont. school district approves purchase of propane autogas buses

Montana's Bozeman Public Schools will use 47 propane autogas buses ordered by First Student after the school board approved the purchase in late January. First Student's bid of $1.86 million was lower than a bid for diesel-powered buses. Fleets & Fuels (2/1) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

 Propane autogas buses bring annual savings to Texas schools

School districts in Texas that have switched to propane autogas-powered buses are benefiting financially from the reinstatement of the 50-cent-per-gallon alternative fuel tax credit, writes Jackie Mason, director of education and marketing for the Propane Council of Texas. Dallas County Schools, which has the state's biggest propane-powered school bus fleet, is expected to recoup about $500,000 per year through the tax incentive and sees annual fuel-cost savings of about $1.5 million, an official said. NGT News (2/6) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

 Consumer Reports Covers the Generac LP5500 Generator

Consumer Reports recently published a video and write up on the Generac LP5500 propane-powered portable generator, a product that was developed with the support of the Propane Education & Research Council. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

 Cleveland transit agency to buy 10 propane autogas vehicles

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority will purchase 10 propane autogas-powered 2013 El Dorado coaches for transporting the disabled, the agency announced. If the move proves beneficial, officials said, the agency will buy 80 more of the vehicles, transitioning RTA's entire paratransit fleet to run on propane autogas. The Plain Dealer (Cleveland) (1/25) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

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