"Adopting propane Autogas is a sure strategy for greening your fleet without investing in the costly emissions technology of today's diesel vehicles."
"Propane is the most economical alternative fuel source for fleets on a per-mile basis."
"Autogas is saving thousands of dollars which allows school districts to allocate their funds to programs in need."
- Eric Sears, Auxier Gas, Inc.
OPGA Now Offers Autogas Rebates
The OPGA is offering $1000 rebates to Ohio propane customers.
Show me the money
Alternative Fuels Consumer Incentive
• OPERC seeks to offer on-road incentives toward the purchase of autogas
vehicles and mowers.
• OPERC will offer rebates to consumers up to $5,000 per entity, $1,000
each for OEM Propane vehicles or OEM Propane Mowers, maximum
quantity of 5.
• OPERC will offer up to $1000 rebate as an incentive for the purchase of a
new propane mower.
• Consumer rebates will be administered on a first come, first serve basis.
• OPERC is excited about the potential growth of propane school buses,
propane mowers, and other propane vehicles in the state of Ohio.
• OPERC rebates are available to interested groups, municipalities and
Here's a list of OEM providers:
Contact your local Propane Supplier about converting your fleet of vehicles, CLICK HERE to see options for vehicle conversion.
Compared to gasoline and diesel, autogas produces less harmful greenhouse gas emissions, with 70% fewer smog-producing hydrocarbons.
Propane enhances performance by providing a 104 octane rating, compared to regular gasoline’s rating of 87.
The abundant domestic supply of propane reduces U.S. reliance on imported fuels, increases energy security, and creates American jobs.
Green and Clean
Autogas is green, clean-burning alternative fuel.
Autogas is less expensive than gasoline or diesel.
Autogas vehicles have an MPG closer to gasoline than other alternative fuels.
Autogas is intrinsically safer than many other fuels.
Autogas is reliable and implementation costs are lower.
Current propane supplies far exceed demand, and infrastructure already exists to meet even greater demand.