Green Alternative Systems Announces New Rebate Program for Industrial CNG Conversions
Elkhart, IN, August 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Over the last few years more government programs have been initiated so businesses can have industrial CNG conversions at a reduced out-of-pocket cost to their company due to the environmental and safety benefits of industrial CNG conversions.
The latest rebate program is from Texas where The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) announced that drivers will now be able to get up to $2,500 in state incentives to help purchase alternative-fuel vehicles. The new program will provide up to $7.7 million in incentives to assist with absorbing the cost of leasing or buying vehicles powered by electricity, compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas, also known as propane. The agency already has rebate programs in place to offset the cost of heavy- and medium- duty vehicles that are geared toward fleet applications. Interested parties should contact the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for details.
GAS provides a wide variety of industrial CNG conversions. With locations across the country and in close proximity to many major manufacturers, their certified technicians can handle the demands of any job. Green Alternative Systems is known for their comprehensive and long lasting 4-year warranties, their complete installation and inspection services and that GAS employees are highly skilled and certified technicians that undergo regular training to ensure the highest quality service is provided.
Green Alternative Systems (GAS) was founded in 2006 and works to satisfy a growing demand for conversion capabilities in the alternative fuel market. Initially, the company's primary focus was on the installation of gas to CNG conversions and they have expanded to provide a full range of services. All of Green Alternative System’s propane conversion products have passed The Altoona Bus Test.
For more information about booking an industrial CNG conversion contact the company directly to receive more information.
Green Alternative Systems, Inc.
To learn more about Green Alternative Systems (GAS) and industrial CNG conversions visit, http://www.greenalternativesystems.com/