Elkhart, IN, November 19, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The original $2.2 million dollar funded rebate program, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) was only available to vehicle fleets, including school and mass transit buses. Rebates of 50 percent of conversion costs will be given directly to fleet operators following conversion to compressed natural gas vehicles. Rebate amounts depend on the cost of conversion, but cannot exceed $25,000. To ensure rebates are available for multiple fleets, no single company can receive more than 20 percent of the CNG fund.
By having CNG systems installed, the conversion to a cleaner burning fuel saves companies thousands annually in fuel costs and maintenance fees, provides increased safety for employees and a greener business solution.
Green Alternative Systems (GAS) provides their conversion systems for fleets at an affordable price-point. The company uses high quality components and employs technicians that are routinely trained by leading certification bodies within the alternative fueling industry. The company was founded in 2000 to supply the demand for cleaner burning fueling systems and to provide vehicle fleets with an alternative to purchasing new vehicles, to support their green initiatives.
GAS is excited about the CNG systems program in Arkansas and encourages customers to contact them directly to find out more about rebate programs in their state.
Green Alternative Systems, Inc.
28293 Clay Street
Elkhart, Indiana 46517
For more information on alternative fuel options, including CNG systems visit, http://www.greenalternativesystems.com/