Ohio Runs on Propane

520 School Buses • 877 Fleet Vehicles • 17 Fueling Stations

More Ohio fleet owners turn to propane for its fast Return on Investment (ROI) and for its positive impact on the environment. (EPA Clean Air Act 1970)
 
Propane costs significantly less in fuel, fluids and filters. Propane engines last longer due to its minimal carbon buildup and therefore no expensive exhaust systems are needed. Plus, propane engines perform equal to traditional gasoline and diesel engines.

Average Price
Per Gallon

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Average Price
Per Gallon

Lower your price to less than $0.50/gallon with the help of OPGA & federal grants.

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Class 4 & Under

Passenger Vehicles:

  • Police & EMT Vehicles
  • Pickup Trucks
  • Passenger Vans & Buses

Light-Duty Fleet Vehicles:

  • Box Trucks
  • Delivery Vans

Class 5

  • Ford’s F-550, Chevy, Etc.
  • Walk-ins and delivery trucks
  • Bucket trucks or cherry pickers

Class 6

  • Single-axle
  • Beverage trucks
  • Rack trucks
  • School buses

Class 7

  • Street sweepers
  • Garbage trucks
  • City transit buses
  • Furniture trucks and smaller semis
Mower

Mowers

VEHICLE CONVERSIONS & PROPANE FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE​

Ohio Propane Autogas Stations

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Ohio Propane Gas Association

The OPGA is a trade and membership service organization

that represents propane marketers throughout the state.

605 N High St #214, Columbus, OH 43215