Currently, there are more than 2,500 autogas stations nationwide, so propane autogas has the most widely developed fueling infrastructure of any alternative fuel in the United States.
Propane autogas is a non-contaminant of air, land, and water resources, reducing and even eliminating many EPA/TCEQ requirements that are needed for installing, maintaining and reporting diesel and gasoline infrastructure. Additionally, Propane autogas refueling infrastructure is more affordable than gasoline, diesel and many other alternative fuels.
The average costs for a propane onsite fueling systems can range from less than $10,000 for a basic dispenser to more than $50,000 for a complete retail style dispenser, which can be 10 or more times less expensive than a CNG station.
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