Superior Energy Systems autogas dispensers certified by NTEP

December 1, 2020 By    

Superior Energy Systems received National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) retail certification for its propane autogas dispensers, the company announced. The certification allows the company to sell its propane autogas dispensers to customers who wish to install them in a public setting for full retail use.

Superior Energy Systems autogas dispensers already hold certifications and approvals from the National Conference of Weights and Measures, Measurement Canada and the Canadian Standards Association.

“We have watched the retail autogas market gradually open as the number of states removing training and infrastructure barriers grows; our retail certification is an additional step to making autogas a more conventionally used fuel for both fleets and the general public,” says Derek Rimko, vice president of operations for Superior Energy Systems.

While propane autogas usage continues to grow for fleets, consumer adoption requires available infrastructure. The availability of private, public and state propane association grants for retail propane autogas infrastructure has increased in recent years. Last year, Superior Energy Systems customer CHS Inc. launched its Propane-Powered Rebate Program, which offers rebate dollars toward the purchase of retail refueling dispensers.

“We want to provide cooperatives and independent propane marketers across the U.S. with rebates for installing autogas dispensers, thereby increasing autogas’ infrastructure footprint,” says Kenton Sonnenburg, CHS Inc. energy equipment manager. “Superior’s retail certification expands our customers’ options for where they install and how they operate autogas dispensers.”

The certification also allows fleet customers the ability to offer retail refueling at their locations, increasing profit as well as autogas usage, the company adds.

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