According to Gregory Shielder, President of PIRTEK Kent, “We were looking for an opportunity to both reduce my CO2 footprint and save money. Propane fuel has nearly zero emissions and is cheaper.”
He started with six vehicles and is adding to the fleet due to the significant cost savings.
“We’re saving at least $10,000 in fuel costs over the lifetime of each van. The fuel savings is more than $1.60/gallon.”
PIRTEK took advantage of several incentives and rebates from the government as well as the National Propane Association.
You too can save on buying new propane vehicles or converting your existing fleets to propane with the $1,500 rebate from the Pacific propane gas Association. Go to PacificAutoGas.com to learn more.