The Kansas City Regional Clean Cities Coalition, with support from AmeriGas, will soon be reconvening the Missouri-Kansas Propane Autogas Task Force – a group of stakeholders that identifies strategies for increasing the use of propane autogas in transportation applications.
The task force is open to various bodies, including fleets, propane companies, autogas refueling product vendors and other interested parties. David Scoggin has been named chairman of the group.
KC Clean Cities says the task force's first meeting will be scheduled sometime in the next month. For details, contact Aaron Brown at email@example.com.