How to Apply for $20,000
in Propane Vehicle Rebates:

How to Apply for $20,000 in Propane Vehicle Rebates:

  1. Click the “Easy Application” button for vehicle, mower, and/or dispenser below
  2. Fill in the blanks then right click the mouse to save the completed pdf to your desktop
  3. Click the “Upload Complete Application” button and attach your pdf
  4. Hit Submit!

Rebates are available to propane customers who reside in Ohio for eligible purchases on a new propane vehicle, vehicle conversions with less than 15,000 miles or a new propane lawn mower. Propane companies and their employees are eligible to receive rebates

The rebate program ends December 31, 2023, or when program funds are exhausted. The payment of a rebate under the program or this agreement is subject to available funds. If available funds run out during the program year, OPGA may elect to carry over applications until the next program year. All eligible purchases must occur during the rebate program. 

Completed and approved applications should have a rebate check issued within 60-90 days after the application is received at the OPGA office, subject to available funds. No applicant has a legal right or other entitlement to receive rebates under the program or this agreement. A completed application does not bind OPGA to approve or pay a rebate to any applicant. 

An applicant or propane marketer may be suspended from, or declared ineligible to participate in the rebate program if the OPGA determines that the applicant or propane marketer has submitted false information or otherwise violated program terms and conditions. Within 30 days after OPGA suspends or declares an applicant or propane marketer ineligible, the applicant or propane marketer may appeal the action by submitting the appeal in writing to the OPGA. Actions taken by OPGA with respect to the appeal will be final. An applicant or propane marketer who submits false information pertinent to a rebate is subject to criminal and civil penalties including U.S. Mail fraud. 

All propane vehicles/mowers and conversion systems must be approved by US EPA.

  • New OEM propane vehicles.
  • Propane converted vehicle with less than 15,000 miles
  • New propane OEM lawn mower.
  • New propane converted mower (less than 250 hours). 

All federal and state incentives must be applied prior to receiving rebate funds, and the funds may be used for the incremental cost of propane. These rebate funds should be considered “matching funds” when applying for other grants or funding in conjunction with this rebate. There is a limit of five rebates issued to any single entity. 

Deadline: April 13, 2023

Includes propane transit buses and infrastructure. The federal share of eligible capital costs is 80 percent of the net capital project cost, unless the grant recipient requests a lower percentage.

Low-No/Bus Grant Program

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Includes propane vehicles. Eligible diesel vehicles, engines and equipment include: School buses, Class 5 – Class 8 heavy-duty highway vehicles, Locomotive engines, Marine engines, Non-road engines, equipment or vehicles used in construction, handling of cargo (including at ports or airports), agriculture, mining or energy production (including stationary generators and pumps).

DERA Helpline

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How to convert your trucks to Propane:
Converting a gas engine to run on clean burning propane is easily done with a propane carburetion system. Ohio has seven companies across the state that can convert our engines. Why convert to propane engines? You will save on fuel cost, it’ a clean burning fuel and it reduces maintenance costs

Ohio chemistry teacher explains the the benefits of propane fuel. There are over 31,000 propane vehicles like these in Ohio alone. The EPA says propane vehicles are the most widely used alternative fuel in America. 

You can own your own propane pumps or fuel up at one of Ohio’s over 50 propane fuel stations. 

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