Alliance AutoGas (AAG) participated at the 2019 Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo on October 1-2 in Knoxville, TN. The forum highlighted new research and technologies that will improve transportation efficiency, reduce vehicle emissions, and address the mobility needs of all residents in Tennessee.
Candace Gump, Director of NET Trans, customer of AAG, participated in the Expanding Accessible and Equitable Mobility Solutions Panel. NET Trans provides door to door, non-emergency transportation in nine different counties in Northeast Tennessee. AAG began installing propane systems for their autogas vehicles in 2016. NET Trans currently has 13 propane autogas vehicles serving their community, with expansion plans in place for 2020.
Happy Fox, Alternative Fuel Consultant for Alliance AutoGas, says, “The Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo is an important event for the Alliance AutoGas customers in the region. It was a pleasure to support NET Trans, customer of Alliance AutoGas, during the panel they were involved in. I am thankful for the opportunity to connect with other fleet teams throughout the region and having the opportunity to discuss fuel needs. Alliance AutoGas looks forward to helping more fleets make the transition to operating on autogas.”