Within a month of the new vehicles becoming available, Delta Liquid Energy (DLE), based in California, has purchased four new Roush propane powered F-250 fleet vehicles, leading the way in supporting the latest development in propane motor vehicles.
“Adding these newly certified Roush vehicles to our primarily propane powered fleet was just one more exciting and natural step for our company to take in a long history of propane motor fuel advocacy and advancement,” explains William Platz, president of the third-generation family owned and operated DLE.
“We anxiously anticipated the vehicles’ certification, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the end product,” says Platz. “They take propane powered driving to a new level with horsepower, torque, and towing capacity that equal the highly regarded gasoline powered F-250 and F-350 models, while significantly reducing our operating costs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 19%. We hope to get the word out about them and lead our clients by example.”
DLE has made significant strides in increasing the prevalence of both propane refueling sites and propane motor vehicles, including two recent contracts for propane-powered school bus fleets within the Los Angeles Unified School District for a total of 162 propane powered buses.
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