Propane as an Alternative Fuel to Gasoline or Diesel
Alternative fuels are non-conventional materials or substances used to power vehicles or other engines. These do not include gasoline or diesel. According to the EPA, they are can be gaseous fuels like hydrogen, natural gas, and propane or derived from alcohols, vegetable oils or waste. Propane, specifically, is a byproduct of natural gas refining, although some can be produced in crude oil refining. Fleet owners and operators choose propane Autogas as their alternative fuel of choice because it’s cleaner for the environment, there is no sacrificing power or torque, it’s abundantly available, and it’s affordable.
Applications for Propane Autogas Vehicles
Like other applications for propane, using propane autogas to fuel your fleet of school buses, shuttles, vans, or delivery trucks is better for the environment and your bottom line. Propane as an auto fuel will give you the lowest total cost of ownership compared to all alternative fuels – even electricity! Delta Liquid Energy provides propane Autogas to fleets and private customers through our publicly accessible network of refueling stations. All Delta Liquid Energy autogas customers have access to public refueling stations 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
When you work with Delta Liquid Energy as a propane autogas provider, we assist you in determining the right size infrastructure for your fleet and our certified technicians have the knowledge to assist you in any propane equipment scenario that may arise. We take pride in the service we provide to our customers and our staff is continually up to date on all emerging propane technologies – including propane autogas. In addition, at Delta Liquid Energy we practice what we preach. Approximately 50% of our own fleet of propane delivery vehicles and service vehicles run on propane autogas. Using propane autogas to power our own fleet allows us to better serve all our customers in a timely, cost-effective way.