Nearly 70 Additional Mower Models Approved for Propane Mower Incentive Program
PERC’s popular Propane Mower Incentive Program offers up to $1,000 back to contractors
WASHINGTON (June 11, 2018) — An additional 69 mower models have been added to the list of OEM dealer-converted units eligible for the Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane Mower Incentive Program. The incentive program offers up to $1,000 for each approved OEM dealer-converted unit or dedicated propane mower, and $500 for each qualified propane mower conversion kit.
The newly-added units include zero-turn, stand-on, and walk-behind models — 44 models from Ferris Mowers, 20 models from Snapper Pro, and five models from Bradley Mowers. All of the newly-approved mowers can be converted by dealers using Propane Power Systems CARB- and EPA-certified propane conversion kits.
“Commercial landscapers are very brand loyal when it comes to their maintenance equipment, so it’s great news when we’re able to expand the list of models eligible for our popular incentive program and hopefully give contractors a propane option in their mower model of choice,” said Jeremy Wishart, PERC director of off-road business development. “Once contractors try propane mowers in their own operation and see first-hand the lower operating costs and increased productivity, we have no doubt it will be a long-term solution for their business.”
Learn more about which OEMs offer dedicated propane mowers or dealer conversions — and how to use PERC’s incentive to get up to $1,000 back at propane.dev9.tipit.net/commercial-landscape/programs-and-incentives.
Propane Education & Research Council: The Propane Education & Research Council is a nonprofit established, operated, and funded by the propane industry. PERC leads safety and training efforts and drives technology development to expand the adoption of propane as a clean, domestic, and affordable energy source. PERC programs benefit a variety of markets including transportation, agriculture, landscaping, residential, and commercial. For more information about propane-powered technologies, equipment incentives, and PERC, visit propanecouncil.org.