By Greentech Lead America: Alliance
AutoGas announced it has partnered with Maine Energy of Bangor, Maine, and
Parker Gas of Clinton, to help fleets cut fuel costs while ensuring clean air
for the community. In the face of skyrocketing gasoline prices, more American
fleets are making the switch to clean, affordable propane autogas through
comprehensive resources and guidance from Alliance AutoGas.
“Clean fuel adoption in America starts with fleets;
as they demand more alternative fuel vehicles and filling stations, the
infrastructure will grow to benefit drivers nationwide. New partners like Maine
Energy and Parker Gas are helping Alliance spread awareness and availability of
propane autogas across the U.S,” said Stuart Weidie, president, Alliance
Propane autogas is the most widely used alternative fuel
in the world, and 90 percent of the U.S. autogas supply is made in America.
Autogas burns cleaner and significantly reduces harmful pollutants while saving
more than $1 per gallon than gasoline. Fleets driving propane vehicles report
reduced maintenance costs, increased engine life and equivalent power to
Alliance AutoGas enables fleet managers nationwide to use
clean, economical, American-made autogas through vehicle conversions, on-site
fueling and ongoing safety training and technical support. Public and private
fleets are saving thousands on fuel costs and helping to ensure clean air for
future generations through the Alliance AutoGas complete program.
“We’re pleased to offer a clean-burning,
cost-effective fuel as part of the Alliance AutoGas program. And because we
coordinate every step of the conversion process, including installing on-site
autogas stations at no up-front cost, fleets can start saving from day one with
reduced fuel prices and maintenance needs,” said Robert Cort, president of
“Joining Alliance has allowed us to be a part of a
program that’s changing the way Americans drive, one fleet at a time. Running
more vehicles on American-made alternative fuel is not only better for the
environment, it’s the best way to avoid high gasoline prices by using a more
affordable energy source,” said Daren Parker of Parker Gas.