Automotive LPG or Autogas is the most accessible alternative fuel . Driving an LPG vehicle is safe, easy and, in many countries, considerably cheaper than driving a petrol or diesel model. LPG also emits less CO2 and far less other emissions such as NOx.
United States: ROUSH CleanTech’s LPG engine will offer ultra-low NOx as standard
New Euro 7 standard will favour LPG vehicles, according to French association
Autogas adoption gains momentum in Costa Rica
Spain: Ircongas launches LPG conversions for diesel-powered vehicles
UK food producer and supplier invests in clean energy vehicle fleet
Argentine company completes country’s first LPG dual fuel conversion on a bus
LPG-fuelled tractor emit less 99% NOx than diesel equivalent during study at US port terminal
Spain: Málaga City Council and Tecnobús partner on Autogas conversion project
Prins Autogas encourages LPG conversion market in Romania
Vehicles running on LPG produce far fewer of the harmful emissions associated with traditional road fuels that contribute to environmental and health problems.
Autogas is a safe alternative fuel that is nontoxic, non-corrosive and insoluble in water. Fuelling with autogas is as safe and simple as filling up with gasoline or diesel.
The supply of LPG is secure in the long term and 7 of 10 largest car manufacturers produce autogas vehicles.
LPG is the most commonly used alternative fuel in the world and and increasing number of countries promote its use.
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