The OPGA is offering up to $5,000 per entity, $1,000 each for vehicles or mowers.
No matter the size of your mower fleet, propane mowers improve both sides of the balance sheet, helping bring in new customers and save more by cutting fuel costs and increasing productivity.
Propane has the power to transform your business. Propane mowers can reduce your fuel and maintenance costs, allowing you to pass on those savings to customers for a competitive edge.
Across the country, a growing number of landscape contractors and grounds managers are making propane their primary fuel for business. Using tough, commercial-grade mowers, walk behind mowers, heavy-duty pickup trucks, remote power generation and more, they trust propane to get the job done better, cleaner, cheaper, and more efficiently!
Reduced Fuel Costs: Propane is consistently less expensive at the pump than gasoline or diesel, helping you submit more competitive bids with potential customers!
Protection From Spills & Pilferage: Propane equipment has a secure, closed-loop fuel system. This saves money by virtually eliminating costly, harmful spills and protecting against fuel theft.
Easy Refueling: Refueling with propane is as easy as switching out a cylinder! On-site refueling ensures your crew to spends more time working, and less time at the gas station.
Fewer Emissions: Compared to gasoline mowers, propane equipment produces 17% fewer greenhouse gas emissions, 19% fewer NOx emissions, and 40% fewer carbon monoxide emissions. Low-carbon propane often gives contractors an edge when they bid on jobs. Crews that work with propane also report enjoying the work environment more, increasing overall efficiency!
Proven Performance: Top landscape contractors trust propane to stand up to the toughest jobs daily. Fifteen of the top mower brands offer propane-powered options!
Buying propane vehicles and mowers or converting your fleets to propane autogas is made easier with the rebates available from the Ohio Propane Gas Association. The OPGA is offering up to $5,000 per entity, $1,000 each for vehicles or mowers.