Ohio Runs on Propane

520 School Buses • 877 Fleet Vehicles • 17 Fueling Stations

Propane-fueled vehicles are powerful, cost-effective and clean. Known as Autogas, propane-fueled vehicles deliver the lowest total cost-of-ownersip of any fuel. That’s why businesses, local and state government and school districts use propane to fuel their fleet. Propane offers the best of both worlds; getting the best ROI while saving your budget and improving Ohio’s air quality with propane’s minimal emissions.

Propane Powers Fleet Vehicles of All Kinds

Light Duty

LIGHT DUTY VEHICLES

Medium Duty

MEDIUM DUTY VEHICLES

School Bus

SCHOOL BUSES

Mower

MOWERS

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LOWER COST

Autogas is about a dollar less expensive than gasoline or diesel.

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GREEN & CLEAN

Autogas releases virtually no harmful
matter into the environment.

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SAFER

Autogas is intrinsically safer than
many other fuels.

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HIGH SUPPLY

Current propane supplies far exceed demand, and infrastructure already exists to meet even greater demand.

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GREAT MPG

Autogas vehicles have a closer Miles-Per-Gallon to gasoline than other alternative fuels.
Propane provides 104 octane rating compared to regular gasoline rating of 87.

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RELIABLE

Autogas is reliable and implementation costs are lower. The fuel is domestically produced, so less reliant on imported fuel, increases energy security and creates U.S. jobs.

VEHICLE CONVERSIONS & PROPANE FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE​

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

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