Alternative Fuels

CleanFUEL USA unveils new propane fuel management system

Posted on April 14, 2014

CleanFUEL eCONNECT is a fuel network management system for electronic dispensers.
CleanFUEL eCONNECT is a fuel network management system for electronic dispensers.
GEORGETOWN, Texas — Propane autogas technology supplier CleanFUEL USA has released a new fuel network management system for electronic dispensers.

Company officials said that with the new CleanFUEL eCONNECT system, fleet managers can economically monitor and control fuel inventories with real-time data insight, flexible report storage and remote access capabilities.

“While the fleet industry has made amazing strides in adoption of propane autogas, it has also lacked an economical and innovative solution at the pump that utilizes all that software technology has to offer,” said Curtis Donaldson, founder and managing partner of CleanFUEL USA. “CleanFUEL eCONNECT changes that, as we tap into the technology used by so many other industries for efficient and economical resource management to bring remote and real-time monitoring and control of fuel inventories to propane autogas fleets.”

Officials said that CleanFUEL eCONNECT is simple to use with in-dispenser operations as well as remote access and control capabilities from a computer, tablet or mobile device. The software offers dispenser diagnostics and real-time reports, which can be stored on a local computer, remote server or cloud.

Fleet managers can also customize CleanFUEL eCONNECT to meet specific data collection needs, such as vehicle mileage, fuel consumption and driver controls.

Additional options include keypad entry, card reader, RFID and key fob (Dallas button), as well as integrated printing.


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