Propane will be on display at the upcoming 2016 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long,Beach California. The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is promoting the benefits of propane. Tucker Perkins, chief business officer, is presenting at the expo’s May 4, 2016 general session on urban mobility.
“To meet the needs of any urban fleet, whether that’s a city parks department with two light-duty trucks, a sheriff’s department with 55 bi-fuel sedans, or a school district with 150 78-seater buses, PERC continues to work with OEMs to develop the most efficient, most powerful, and most user-friendly propane autogas fuel systems for dedicated, bi-fuel, or converted vehicles,” Perkins said. “Adding propane-autogas-powered vehicles to a fleet is a great way to cut emissions and costs while simultaneously improving customer service and vehicle horsepower.”
PERC is located in booth 911, which will showcase a variety of propane-powered equipment. A Ford F-550 fitted with a Roush CleanTech propane autogas system will be displayed in the booth alongside a Tico Port Tractor and Exmark commercial mower to give attendees a close-up look at the machines moving businesses forward with clean, American-made fuel. Attendees can also learn about how propane autogas vehicles can help them meet sustainability goals – including how propane fuels decrease hydrocarbon emissions – and “green up” their corporate image.
“With regulations continuing to limit carbon and greenhouse gas emissions across the United States, propane autogas is an inexpensive, easy-to-implement solution with long-lasting benefits that include reduced maintenance, lower fuel costs, and longer engine life.” Perkins added, “It’s also becoming increasingly common to hear how businesses can gain clients and generate success through adding environmentally-friendly equipment and practices to their operation.”