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    National Propane Mower Incentive Program Is Back for a Limited Time

    The national Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane Mower Incentive Program has returned for a limited time. Effective immediately, landscape contractors can apply to receive $1,000 toward the purchase of a new propane-powered mower and $500 toward a qualified propane conversion. The incentive will be available until program funds expire, so applicants are encouraged to act fast.

    The national incentive can be coupled with the $1,000 incentive from the Propane Council of Texas to help further cover the incremental cost of new factory built unit or conversion of an existing unit. (Certain restrictions apply).

    Texas caps incentives at 5 per company, while the national program allows up to 25 per company per year.

    Propane mowers and aftermarket conversion kits must hold current EPA or CARB certifications to be eligible for the incentive programs.

    Learn more at http://fuelingtexas.com/off-road/mower-incentives

    Landscapers can calculate their potential propane savings and ROI by visiting propanecostcalculator.com.

     

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    National Propane Mower Incentive Doubles

    The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) offers incentives for cleaner-burning propane commercial lawn mowers to landscapers nationwide on mowers with 32 to 72 inches in deck size. Propane commercial mowers are available from Ariens/Gravely, Big Dog, Bob-Cat, Exmark, Ferris, Husqvarna, Hustler, Kubota, John Deere, R & R Products, SCAG, Snapper Pro, Toro, Ventrac, Wright, and Zipper. Also EPA-certified  propane conversion options are available on various sized Kawasaki engines.

    For a limited time, from October 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014. The below incentive amounts are DOUBLED. This applies to the national propane mower incentive program only.

    $1,000 for new factory-built propane mowers. This is now doubled to $2,000.
    $500 for EPA certified conversion to propane. This is now doubled to $1,000.

    Since the national program’s inception in 2012, more than 500 contractors have received incentive dollars in exchange for data about their usage and mower performance. Landscapers and other qualified participants can apply for the national program at http://www.propane.com/commercial-landscape/programs-and-incentives/. And yes; you can apply for both the national incentive, and the incentive distributed by the Propane Council of Texas for the same propane commercial mower.

    For more on the state mower incentive implemented by the Propane Council of Texas, please visit http://fuelingtexas.com/off-road/mower-incentives/.

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