[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Alliance AutoGas (AAG) participated in Autogas Answers events that took place in Louisville, KY on November 8th and Durham, NC on November 12th. Autogas Answers is a PERC sponsored series focused on bringing autogas awareness and education to communities. During these events, autogas experts present their fleet experiences with autogas and discuss the benefits of autogas as a clean-burning alternative fuel.
In Louisville, The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition joined PERC in hosting the Autogas Answers workshop. Superior Energy Services, a long-time equipment partner of AAG, was also present at the event. Jim Bunsey, Director of Operations at Superior Energy Services, spoke on the ease of implementing autogas fleet infrastructure. AAG displayed a propane-powered Ford F-150 for attendees to view during the workshop. Happy Fox, Alternative Fuel Representative for AAG says, “It was great to bring attention to autogas in Kentucky earlier this month [November]. I talked to many people who were intrigued by the Alliance Engineered System being bi-fuel, which allows the driver to switch between using gasoline and propane autogas.”
During the Autogas Answers workshop in Durham, William Adair, of AAG, spoke about the environmental benefits of using autogas such as the 96% NOx reduction compared to diesel buses (read more HERE). Parker Gas, a long-time AAG Partner, also attended and brought an autogas vehicle for display. Adair says, “It was exciting to speak at the Autogas Answers workshop this month [November] in Durham to discuss benefits of propane autogas as a clean, domestic alternative to gasoline and diesel at a fraction of the cost. I am happy that the state I live in is promoting propane autogas for fleets and am proud to highlight our partners who are experiencing the benefits of autogas.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]