Pacific Northwest Runs on Propane

More Pacific fleet owners turn to propane for its fast ROI and for it’s positive impact on the environment (EPA Clean Air Act).

Propane costs significantly less in fuel, fluids and filters. Propane engines last longer due to its minimal carbon buildup and therefore no expensive exhaust systems are needed. Plus, propane engines perform equal to traditional gasoline and diesel engines.

The Pacific Propane Industry is offering $1,500 rebates for the purchase of a new propane vehicle or propane conversion.

Propane is a well-established fuel and is domestically produced. Using propane as a vehicle fuel increases energy security, can provide the convenience of on-site fueling economically, and reduces air pollution and the environmental impacts of vehicles.”

Pacific Propane Gas Association Offers Autogas Incentives in Hawaii, Oregon and Washington

The Pacific Propane Gas Association (PPGA) is offering propane customers who reside in HI, OR and WA $1,500 incentive for a newly purchased propane vehicle or propane conversion of an existing vehicle. The Incentive is also open to propane companies and their employee. $5,000 is available for propane powered bobtails. 

Other federal incentives are available to those in Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington.

Vehicle qualifications include:

  • Any vehicle or retrofit system [U.S. EPA and/or California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved]
  • Vehicle registered and operated in WA, OR or HI
  • All propane-powered bobtails are eligible for $5,000 incentive payment

Funding qualifications include:

  • Vehicles must be purchased in 2023
  • All retrofit work must be completed within 2023, as program closes Dec. 31, 2023
  • Before receiving an PPGA Autogas rebate, all federal and state incentives must be applied, and funds may be used for incremental cost of propane vehicle vs. gasoline or diesel vehicle only.
  • A completed initial survey and final survey required for each vehicle
  • Submit anecdotal performance review electronically within a year from time of receiving rebate
  • 50% of funds will be paid after initial survey completed, 50% of funds paid after final survey completed
  • Data collected used to help propane industry and vehicle manufacturer with data to evaluate performance on propane vs. gasoline, make improvements and evaluate propane as an alternative motor fuel.
  • Vehicle Information 
  • Applicant information
  • Propane Marketer information
  • Attach invoice for new propane vehicle or propane retrofit system

Return completed application in one-of-three ways:

  • Email to:
  • Mail to: Pacific Propane Gas Association
    629 W. Hillsdale St.

    Lansing, MI  48933

Questions? Contact the Rebate Team: (425) 250-9029

National Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program

Deadline: April 13, 2023

Includes propane transit buses and infrastructure. The federal share of eligible capital costs is 80 percent of the net capital project cost, unless the grant recipient requests a lower percentage.

Low-No/Bus Grant Program

National - Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) Grant


Includes propane vehicles. Eligible diesel vehicles, engines and equipment include: School buses, Class 5 – Class 8 heavy-duty highway vehicles, Locomotive engines, Marine engines, Non-road engines, equipment or vehicles used in construction, handling of cargo (including at ports or airports), agriculture, mining or energy production (including stationary generators and pumps).

DERA Helpline


Class 4 & Under

Passenger Vehicles:

  • Police & EMT Vehicles
  • Pickup Trucks
  • Passenger Vans & Buses

Light-Duty Fleet Vehicles:

  • Box Trucks
  • Delivery Vans

Class 5

  • Ford’s F-550, Chevy, Etc.
  • Walk-ins and delivery trucks
  • Bucket trucks or cherry pickers

Class 6

  • Single-axle
  • Beverage trucks
  • Rack trucks
  • School buses

Class 7

  • Street sweepers
  • Garbage trucks
  • City transit buses
  • Furniture trucks and
    smaller semis

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