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Propane autogas vehicle conversion systems are available for a range of engine platforms. To ensure quality, vehicle conversion equipment in the U.S. must receive approval and certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency before being brought to the market. Conversion equipment is available for dedicated propane systems or for bi-fuel systems that can extend vehicle driving range.


Fleet Vehical Conversions


Good candidates for conversion to propane AutoGas include: taxis, police vehicles, firetrucks, shuttle vans, limousines, town cars, food and beverage distribution trucks, and utility trucks. Wilcon Energy is backed by the infrastructure of a supportive network of quality engine conversion standards. These standards provide the framework of an operational conversion network across the country The average cost of converting a light-duty vehicle from gasoline to propane autogas can range from $4,000 to $12,000, according to the U.S. Department of Energy′s Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC) website. The total cost of vehicle conversion depends on the type of vehicle being converted (car, van, or truck) and the number of vehicles in your fleet, but a gasoline to autogas conversion costs approximately $5,800 with potential for grants and tax incentives. Some states offer incentives to offset the upfront cost of conversion.



Small Engine Conversions


Wilcon Energy will convert your small engine applications. These include generators, off-road vehicles, lawn mowers and other types of engines not used in fleet or on-road service.


EPA-certified conversions


Wilcon Energy has a Certified Conversion Center with trained technicians who will convert and maintain your autogas vehicles. Wilcon Energy certified conversion technicians deliver quality-controlled, EPA-certified conversions.



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