SEPATEC breaks ground on RegO Training Area

June 27, 2024 By    

The Southeast Propane Alliance Technical Education Center (SEPATEC), in partnership with RegO, has broken ground on the RegO Training Area.

The facility is dedicated to testing and training on new products related to propane and propane autogas. This initiative marks a significant milestone in the advancement of eco-friendly and efficient fuel solutions for the automotive industry.

The RegO Training Area will provide a platform for testing and training on new propane products. (Photo courtesy of SEPA)

The RegO Training Area will provide a platform for testing and training on new propane products. (Photo courtesy of SEPA)

The RegO Training Area represents a significant investment in technology and training programs.

“The propane industry must adopt autogas in our own fleets for its environmental and economic benefits,” says John Jessup, president and CEO of the Southeast Propane Alliance (SEPA). “Autogas engines already meet the 2027 and 2030 emission standards, and we need to position ourselves to take advantage of this opportunity to grow our industry.” 

RegO’s strategic partnership with SEPA and SEPATEC solidifies a collaborative effort to promote innovation and sustainability in the autogas industry. 

The RegO Training Area’s primary purpose is to provide a platform for testing and training on new products related to propane and propane autogas, while leveraging a strategic partnership between the industry and SEPATEC.

“RegO is dedicated to the industry and to revolutionizing the autogas industry,” says Cody Reeves, LPG and NH3 product manager at RegO and SEPA’s 2024 Supplier of the Year. “We are enthusiastic about the potential of groundbreaking initiatives such as the RegO Training Area and look forward to the positive impact it will have on the future of sustainable transportation and the propane industry as a whole.”

The groundbreaking project began in early spring and is now in the construction phase, expected to conclude in the next few months.

SEPA attributes the success and progress of this project to the work of key individuals, including John Peña, director of education at SEPATEC; Bob Moore, an instructor at SEPATEC; and Reeves.

Those interested in more details about becoming a partner in the project or the autogas program of instruction can contact Peña at jpena@sepatec.org or 919-364-3003.

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

Comments are currently closed.