Could a performance contract be the answer to your fleet’s alternative fuel deployment challenges?


American Compressed Natural Gas and Propane Transportation and Fueling Options

Lunch provided by Greater Indiana Platinum Members

September 29th
9:30am – 2:30PM EDT

Horizon Convention Center
401 South High Street
Muncie, IN 47305



3:00 – 4:00PM

CNG GreenLine station, fueling demonstrations, and vehicle displays.



Energy Systems Group, an award-winning energy services provider, through a performance contract with Muncie Sanitary District, enabled the transition of their 12 refuse trucks and two street sweepers to CNG. By maximizing their fuel and maintenance savings, as well as operational efficiencies, ESG has provided MSD with a CNG station and enabled the up-fit of their maintenance facility, allowing their mechanics to continue servicing the fleet. The savings realized from this project, in addition to the revenue generated from this publicly accessible station, will pay for the project in just a few short years. Most recently, ESG partnered with CityBus, the Lafayette Transit System, to roll their bus fleet to CNG and build their private, fast-fill station.



The following Greater Indiana partners will provide information on their products and services for fleets looking to move away from foreign oil, reduce their operating costs and improve their environment.

UnknownPropane AutoGas is not only the third most common fuel in the United States (surpassed only by gasoline and diesel) but also the world’s most common alternative fuel – fueling over 17 million vehicles on the road today. With lower fuel and maintenance cost, Fleet Directors and Operator’s nationwide are turning to AmeriGas AutoGas for their alternative fuel choice.

GICCC_0008_Impco_Auto_LogoIMPCO Technologies, Inc. has been in the alternative fuel business for over fifty years, opening its first facility in 1958. In 2012, the automotive division spun off to create IMPCO Automotive in order to better service and support the growing North American alternative fuels market. IMPCO Automotive is a GM Tier One Supplier, FMC QVM & Ship-Thru, ISUZU, Thomas School Buses, and an Aftermarket Program.

print-logoSwitching to an alternative fuel doesn’t have to mean complexity. While a lot of engineering and development go into the design of the system, the components are all designed to integrate seamlessly with the Blue Bird Vision chassis and new 6.8L & V10 powertrains’ from Ford. Blue Bird offers a complete line of Type A, C and D school buses in a variety of options and configurations.

PP logo1Dekalb County School Bus Fleet and Fueling Program, Cutting greenhouse gas emissions, a cleaner riding environment for students and reduced maintenance costs for each unit are reasons cited by the district for buying the propane autogas buses. Autogas costs up to 50 percent less than diesel fuel, buses start in temperature as low as minus 40, without needing to be plugged in or block heater.

Cummins Westport Inc. designs, engineers, and markets 6 to 12 litre spark-ignited automotive natural gas engines for commercial transportation applications such as truck and buses. Our dedicated 100% natural gas engines are manufactured by Cummins and available as a factory-direct option from leading truck and bus manufacturers (OEMs).