DFW Clean Cities Bi-Annual Meeting & Fleet Awards WHEN: August 21, from 11:30 am- 1:30 pm WHERE: NCTCOG offices in …Read More
The Propane Council of Texas (ProCOT) will host a booth for its stakeholders at the upcoming 2018 Nursery/Landscape Expo hosted …Read More
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) in conjunction with the National Alternative Fuels Consortium of West Virginia University and …Read More
The Propane Council of Texas (ProCOT) is proud to take part in the Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance (LSCFA) 20th …
The Propane Council of Texas, the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, and UT Southwestern invite you to attend the Green …
Program Possible Through Grant from North Central Texas Council of Governments, Department of Energy North Texas – The North Texas …
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance (LSCFA) Clean Cities is Turning 20! You are invited to celebrate with the LSCFA and …
IRVING, TX — The Propane Council of Texas (ProCOT) in partnership with the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) will showcase …
Registration is now open for the 2014 Propane Engine Fuel Summit & Alternative Energy & Transportation Conference & Expo at …
Super Shuttle, an airport transportation service with franchises across the U.S., saves about 50-60 percent on fuel costs by operating …
If you’re looking for a great way to start the new year with a clean fuel for your vehicle fleet, look no further than propane autogas.
While the holiday season speeds past, remember that your vehicle fleet could be saving a sleighful of money just by switching to propane autogas.
ProCOT is offering incentives to private Texas vehicle fleets that are new to propane autogas.
The City of Austin saves $299,200 per year by operating vehicles on clean propane autogas.
We’ve collected the top five questions we’re asked most frequently about clean propane autogas.
Grant funding is available for Texas alternative fuel stations—including clean propane autogas.
Seguin ISD is reducing its fuel costs and limiting harmful greenhouse gas emissions by operating school buses on propane autogas
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) announced that up to $7.6 million in grants is being made available to …
On Nov. 21, ProCOT plans to highlight cleaner, domestically produced propane autogas at the Government Solutions Team Public Fleet Summit in Austin.
ProCOT will showcase the benefits of cleaner-burning, American-made propane autogas at the Texas Motor Speedway.
ProCOT will participate in the 2013 Texas Turfgrass Association Conference on Nov. 12-13 in Dallas.
As the global trend of switching to autogas grows, Texas is recognized as a worldwide leader in alternative fuel.
AUSTIN, TX — The Propane Council of Texas (ProCOT) and the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC) are offering national …
There are more than 2,000 propane-powered buses operating in more than 75 Texas school districts.
As many might be aware, the Propane Council of Texas (ProCOT) offers incentives to business fleets in Texas looking to …
Dealer-installed propane option gives landscape contractors another fuel choice CARY, North Carolina (October 24, 2013) – Landscape contractors will be …
ProCOT promoted cleaner-burning propane autogas at the Texas Municipal League Annual Conference.
ProCOT & the Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition held their 4th Annual Commercial Propane Mower and Vehicle Fleet Event.
Texas school board leadership had the opportunity to learn about clean, American-made propane autogas.
Taxi Cab Company of Tyler reduced its fuel costs by $10,578 in 2012 by running five vehicles on clean propane autogas.
Fueling Texas educated landscapers about the benefits of operating both lawn equipment and fleet vehicles on autogas.
Benchmark Landscapes has cut its fuel costs by 58 percent operating propane mowers.
West Texas fleets and landscapers experienced affordable American-made clean fuel in action.
Propane autogas made a splash at the Texas Sheriffs’ Association’s 135th Annual Training Conference.
Texas builders already use propane in green building, but are discovering propane autogas.
Houston fleets are converting to propane autogas to reduce pollution and contribute to cleaner air.
Propane autogas made an impression at the Police Fleet Expo.
HGAC has announced grant funding in the Houston area.
EarthWorks, Inc. saves 30-35 percent on maintenance costs with propane autogas.
Are you considering converting a forklift, schoolbus or bobtail to propane?
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, the Propane Council of Texas is challenging fleets across the state to support clean air by switching to propane autogas.
Williamson County expects to save $73,000 on fuel costs annually running fleet vehicles on propane autogas, the world’s most widely used alternative fuel.
In Texas, it pays to be green.