The Ford F-550 with a 7.3L V-8 engine bi-fuel vehicle in the Alliance AutoGas booth is a Signature Truck Systems crane truck converted with an Alliance Engineered Fuel System using Prins components.  -  Photo: Amerit Fleet Solutions

The Ford F-550 with a 7.3L V-8 engine bi-fuel vehicle in the Alliance AutoGas booth is a Signature Truck Systems crane truck converted with an Alliance Engineered Fuel System using Prins components.

Photo: Amerit Fleet Solutions

Alliance AutoGas (AAG) wants the propane industry to fuel with what they sell – autogas. AAG will have a 2022 Ford F-550 Service Truck on display in the Autogas Pavilion at the 2022 NPGA Southeastern Convention & International Propane Expo.

Representatives from AAG will also be discussing the fact that, while there is a substantial amount of buzz around electric vehicles, propane autogas continues to evolve while being a practical solution right now for fleets across the country during a panel at the convention.

The Ford F-550 with a 7.3L V-8 engine bi-fuel vehicle in the Alliance AutoGas booth is a Signature Truck Systems crane truck converted with an Alliance Engineered Fuel System using Prins components. Exclusive show price: $141,822.45.

According to AAG, on average, autogas can save fleets over 30% on their fuel costs, with the differential being almost 50% less at this time.

The AAG panel on Sunday will feature David Kennedy, Director of Autogas Design; Mark Denton, VP of Business Development; and Steve McCoy, VP of Business Development. Propane marketers will leave the panel knowing that despite the public perception of alternative fuels, autogas is making immense progress in the fleet industry and in minimizing the carbon footprint of those fleets. Autogas is also playing a major role in reducing emissions in our communities and has its own place on the path to zero emissions.

AAG will provide a better understanding on the benefits of autogas including propane’s advantages when it comes to fuel density, vehicle range, load capacity, and refueling time.

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