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Saving Money with Autogas in 2012

February 24, 2012 in Propane by rich  |  No Comments

Alliance AutoGas is continuing to trumpet the money-saving attributes of propane – popularly called autogas – recently talking up the experience of Buncombe County’s Mountain Mobility in North Carolina, and the Marinette Police Department in Wisconsin.

Both use the bi-fuel Prins VSI vapor sequential injection system from Alliance AutoGas co-founding partner American Alternative Fuel.

The City of Marinette Police Department in Wisconsin could save a much as $5,000 a year in fuel costs with this propane autogas cruiser. Charter Fuels coordinated the vehicle conversion, staff training and fuel supply as part of the national Alliance AutoGas network.

Aftermarket advantage? Mountain Mobility has ten propane-fueled passenger vans, and when it recently retired two Ford E-350s, the Alliance “seamlessly transferred the autogas systems to newer models.”

The Marinette police, meanwhile, expect to save as much as $5,000 per year on fuel with a single Ford cruiser converted to the Prins system by Alliance member Charter Fuels.

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