Why Cities Love Propane

The OPGA is here to help make your transition to propane easy with a
$1,000 per vehicle or lawnmower. 

City of Springfield

The city of Springfield chose propane because of the cost efficiency, safety, and emissions reduction. 

Springfield runs Passenger Vehicles, Police Vehicles, and majority of their Mower fleet on propane. 

John Glenn International Airport

John Glenn runs their passenger fleet vehicles on propane, saving them approximately $200,000 per year.

Propane easily handles the 1.2 million miles put on these vehicles.

They are clean and quiet for their travelers.

Laketran

Laketran uses propane for the greatest ROI. They are saving approximately $455,000 every year. 

 

Columbus, OH

The city of Columbus mows with propane. With their 52 propane lawnmowers, the city sees huge savings and reduction in their emission output. 

Columbus Zoo

The Columbus Zoo is always on the cutting edge of innovation, converting their first vehicle to propane over 25 years ago!

Access Scioto Public Transit

Access Scioto County Public Transit has been running on propane since 2012. Now, 8 out of their 10 vehicles run on propane! 

Ohio Regions Run on Propane

Many Ohio regions run on propane

Central Ohio Farmers
Co-Op, Inc.

Central Ohio Farmers Co-Op services over 4,000 propane customers with their propane fleet. 

South East Ohio

Muskingum county’s sheriff tells his fourth-year-experiences with propane going green and saving costs.

North Central Ohio

Muskingum county’s sheriff tells his fourth-year-experiences with propane going green and saving costs.