Monday, August 26, 2013

Clean Cities: Spotlight on Propane

Clean Cities Top 20 Facts
More than 250 million gallons of petroleum displaced since 2004

Worldwide, propane is the third most common vehicle fuel, next to gasoline and diesel fuel. Over the last 20 years, Clean Cities has played an important role in the growing use of propane as a transportation fuel. Recent coalition reports show that stakeholders have displaced more than 250 million gallons of petroleum since 2004 by using more than 31,000 propane vehicles.

Did you know? The number of propane fueling stations is on the rise, recently passing 2,800 public and private stations. The increase is aided by projects like the collaboration of Menards home improvement stores, CleanFUEL USA, and Ferrellgas, with assistance from the Chicago Area Clean Cities coalition. This project alone resulted in more than 30 public fueling stations at Illinois and Wisconsin Menards locations. Read more here.

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