Aug 13, 2015
Alliance AutoGas Leads the Industry with EPA Certifications for
Bi-Fuel Propane Autogas Conversions
The major auto giants- General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles often referred to as the “Big Three,” are all represented by fleets across the US and Canada who have converted their shuttles, vans, trucks buses and taxis to clean, domestically produced propane autogas.
Since 2013, Alliance AutoGas has received over a hundred EPA certifications to convert these big three company vehicles to propane autogas.
“Alliance prides itself on being given the opportunity to upfit vehicles from all major manufacturers,” says Ed Hoffman, present of Blossman Services Inc., the equipment distributor for Alliance AutoGas.
“We choose our platforms based on customer demand. With in- house engineering we are nimble to adapt our product to market needs. Our approach allows the fleet to select the perfect bi-fuel autogas vehicle to fit their duty cycle and brand preference. Our offering doesn’t force the customer into ordering a vehicle with a specific wheel base, unique body configuration, or oversized engine that doesn’t fit their needs. The bi-fuel system gives the end user both unlimited vehicle customization and unlimited range, and our EPA certified engineered fuel systems maintain the full OEM Factory warranty in addition to our warranty support up to 5 years and 100,000 miles.“
Alliance AutoGas, the largest nationwide network providing EPA-certified Propane Autogas conversion systems to mid and heavy duty fleets in North America, has converted more than 7,400 vehicles to run on cleaner-burning, affordable, domestically-produced Propane Autogas. In 2014 alone, Alliance members collectively displaced 32 million gallons of gasoline and produced $45 million in fuel cost savings for the 460 fleets they service.
Alliance AutoGas is America’s only comprehensive program to transition fleets to autogas at no upfront cost. Easy and affordable, the Alliance AutoGas complete program includes vehicle technology, EPA-certified conversions, refueling infrastructure, data integration, fuel supply, and training to keep a fleet up and running on autogas.