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Penske-ACT Expo 2016 Fleet Awards

March 7, 2016 in ACT Expo 2016, event by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Nominations for Award Presentations in May Due March 18

The organizers of this coming spring’s Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo have teamed with Penske to recognize fleet operators “who show true leadership in sustainable transportation – having gone above and beyond to achieve sustainability in their transportation operations.”
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Gain CNG for Ruan, and for Delco Foods

July 24, 2015 in CNG, Companies, Fleet Order, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

New Fueling Stations in Des Moines and in Indianapolis
For Natural Gas Trucks Operated by Ruan & Delco Foods

U.S. Oil has publicized the opening of two new public-access Gain Clean Fuel CNG stations, in Iowa and Indiana. The new Gain Clean Fuel CNG station in Des Moines will support compressed natural gas-fueled trucks operated by Ruan. The new CNG station in Indianapolis will support CNG trucks operated by Delco Foods. updated July 30
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Amp Trillium Dalton, Penske Earth Day

April 22, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Construction Is Underway in Dalton for Opening This Summer,
Penske Celebrates Trillium Station in Pottsville with Wegmans

Penske and Trillium CNG are celebrating Earth Day today with the grand opening of a CNG station in Pennsylvania serving customers including Wegmans Food Markets and NFI. Separately, the Amp Trillium joint venture for compressed natural gas fueling has begun building a CNG station in Dalton, Ga. for opening this summer.
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PERC Lauds Alpha’s Autogas Fleet

November 6, 2014 in Companies, Education, Propane by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Roush CleanTech Autogas Gear for 22 Ford E-450 Bakery Trucks

The Propane Education & Research Council honored Chicago’s Alpha Baking for the firm’s 22 propane autogas-fueled, Ford E450-based delivery trucks that handle Alpha’s “iconic” S. Rosen’s bread brand. The Alpha-Rosen’s fleet was deployed in 2012 and is managed by Penske (F&F, June 16, 2013).

‘The right thing to do,’ says Alpha Baking VP and logistics director Bob McGuire.

‘It was the right thing to do,’ says Alpha Baking VP and logistics director Bob McGuire.

“Alpha Baking has proven to be an alternative fuel leader in both its community and nationwide,” PERC business development boss Tucker Perkins said in a release. “The bakery’s investment in propane autogas embodies how fleets across the U.S. can implement green practices in an economic and practical way.”

Since making the switch from diesel to propane autogas, Alpha has reduced harmful emissions by 50%, PERC says.

‘It’s Efficient, and It Keeps Our Communities Clean’

“Alpha Baking’s primary reason for adopting propane autogas was because it was the right thing to do,” Alpha Baking VP and logistics director Bob McGuire says in the PERC announcement.


“Propane autogas reduces harmful emissions, it’s made in the U.S., it reduces our dependency on foreign oil, it’s efficient, and it keeps our communities clean,” McGuire said. “Choosing vehicles that run on American-made propane autogas has also allowed us to lower fuel costs without sacrificing performance.”

PERC presented its Propane Autogas Green Fleet Award to Alpha at the annual Green Fleet Conference & Expo in Schaumburg, Ill. late last month.


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Source: Propane Education & Research Council with Fleets & Fuels follow-up



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