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Go Riteway, Go Propane: A Fleet Perspective


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Presented by Jason Ebert, GoRiteway, on February 22, 2012, at the Propel with Propane Workshop hosted by Wisconsin Clean Cities.

Presented by Jason Ebert, GoRiteway, on February 22, 2012, at the Propel with Propane Workshop hosted by Wisconsin Clean Cities.

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  • 1. Presented by: Jason Ebert
  • 2. Who We Are Go Riteway is a Transportation Company Our Service Vehicles Include  School Buses  Airport Shuttles  Motor coaches  Mini-Coaches  Sedans  Limousine
  • 3. Some of Our Green Initiatives We have a Fuel Conservation Policy Implemented within our company We have invested in Self-Sustaining Hybrid buses We have invested in Using Propane Vans within our Airport Shuttle Vehicles
  • 4. Propane Project First we looked at our ROI and found that we could utilize a green technology and also, increase our bottom line We then decided that it would be best to install our own propane re-fueling station with the following reasons in mind  Locations currently available  Price of buying bulk propane  Ease of accessibility
  • 5.  We began to look for a propane vendor  We chose to proceed with Boehlke Bottle Gas mainly due to pricing but also… We used Boehlke Bottle Gas to aid us in researching and coming up with a plan for the new site  Site Preparations  Rules and Regulations  Training Requirements
  • 6.  Site Description  2-1990 Gallon Tanks  Clean Fuel USA 2000 Series Meter System  Blackmer LPG Pump with a 7.5hp motor  Petrovend K-800 with Phoenix software  Automatic Changeover Control for Compressed Nitrogen  Before fueling the site asks for fleet number and odometer
  • 7. Vehicles Currently our Airport Shuttle vans average around 100,000 miles a year each We have 45 vans that service Southeastern Wisconsin with transportation to and from Mitchell International and O’Hare International Airport We Utilize Ford E-350 vans with a 5.4L engine in them We chose to go with used 2009 model year vans These vans had mileages between 30,000 to 100,000 miles when we completed the installs
  • 8.  Current Fuel mileages on the vans is about 10.3MPG over a sample of 150,000 miles. Our current cost of propane is on average less than $2.00 per gallon with all taxes included
  • 9. The Bumps in The Road Driver adjustments to the propane vehicles Range limits of the vehicles and the adjustments to them The amount of time it takes to get parts to repair the propane kit components
  • 10. Million Dollar Question Would we recommend this fuel to others? We plan on purchasing 9 more kits for our Airport Shuttle vehicles to bring our total to 30 of 45 vans running on propane  These kits will feature the extended range tank to decrease range limits with the vehicles We plan on adding a propane school bus along with a commercial bus that runs on propane