DISH recently announced the deployment of 200 ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas-powered Ford E-250 cargo vans that will be used by technicians as they provide service to residential and commercial customers. Attendees of the NTEA Work Truck Show will have an opportunity to see an example of the new propane-autogas vehicle firsthand and learn why DISH chose this vehicle for its technicians.
DISH Network Corporation, through its subsidiary DISH Network L.L.C., provides more than 14 million satellite TV customers, withprogramming and technology.
ROUSH CleanTech, a provider of alternative fuel vehicle technology, is a division of ROUSH Enterprises based in Livonia, Mich. A Ford QVM-certified alternative fuel vehicle manufacturer, ROUSH CleanTech designs, engineers, manufactures and installs propane autogas fuel system technology for light- and medium-duty Ford commercial vehicles.
DISH's vehicle will be on display at the Propane Education & Research Council booth No. 5691.