More fleet owners and school districts are considering alternative-fuel vehicles and finding propane a cost-effective solution, according to Roush CleanTech. "They've run enough test vehicles to prove the economics make sense," says Todd Mouw, vice president of sales and marketing at Roush CleanTech. The Mass Transportation Authority of Flint, Mich., for example, will roll out buses powered by propane autogas instead of compressed natural gas because of the fuel's economic advantage. "With propane, we found we could set up fueling stations for around $20,000 at each of our facilities," which "was far less than the $1.2 million for each that was projected for the CNG option," said Flint MTA's General Manager Edgar Benning.

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