For many years, alternative fueled vehicles, in particular, propane autogas, were often viewed as an aspirational goal rather than a priority. But as new emissions regulations have tightened and environmental concerns have been raised, alternative fuel vehicles, including propane autogas vehicles, have moved from a “trend” to a need. As a low-cost, low-carbon energy source, more and more fleet owners from coast-to-coast are transitioning to propane autogas.
On the path to zero, propane plays an important role in fighting environmental justice issues
In the collective effort to reduce emissions for a healthier planet, it will take a wide path to zero and a variety of energy sources to enact real change. Whether it’s due to cost, availability, performance, or any number of other factors, there is no one clean energy source that will solve all the world’s energy needs. In fact, waiting for a one-size-fits-all energy source to emerge might be contributing to larger issues.
Together, Roush and ROUSH CleanTech have been part of many success stories, and our team of 5,000 is proud of those accomplishments. But what we’re most proud of is being part of a uniquely innovative and collaborative family. Jack Roush’s entrepreneurial vision, determination and never-quit philosophy remains at the core of our organization, and that sense of excitement is palpable when you step on-site.
With the growing concerns surrounding greenhouse gas emissions, volatile fuel prices and the need for energy independence, propane autogas has emerged as a reliable solution for fleet operators. By transitioning to this clean-burning fuel, fleets can enjoy numerous benefits, from environmental stewardship to substantial cost savings.