California municipality deploying propane-fueled service trucks

June 4, 2014 By    

The city of Santa Ana, Calif., purchased seven propane-fueled vehicles as part of its ongoing green initiatives effort to enhance its commitment to conservation and the environment, announced Roush CleanTech, which is providing the Ford F-550 trucks. Customized for residential maintenance purposes, the trucks, with 52-usable-gallon propane autogas fuel systems, will be used in the water and public works sectors. According to Rick Longobart, the city’s facilities, fleet and central stores manager, the current cost of propane autogas in the area is $1.50 per gallon. The city plans to install a 2,000-gallon publicly accessible propane autogas station in a central location.

This article is tagged with , , , , , , and posted in News

Comments are currently closed.