Propel Fuels named to inc. 500 list of America's fastest growing private companies

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Posted / Last update: 22-08-2012
Propel Fuels, a leading retailer of renewable fuels and clean mobility solutions, has been named to Inc. Magazine's annual "Inc. 500" list of the nation's fastest growing private companies. With a three-year growth rate of more than 1,000 percent, Propel ranks as the 17th fastest growing private company in the Energy sector, 352nd overall, and America's fastest growing private fuel brand

Propel currently operates 28 fueling locations throughout California and Washington State with more than 200 locations planned for new and existing markets over the next two years.

"This recognition is a tribute to our thousands of loyal customers and fleet partners that choose to fill with clean, renewable, domestically-produced fuels," said Matt Horton, CEO of Propel. "This honor is just a start for Propel. As we continue to build our network of stations, we're making progress toward our nation's energy goals and providing choice at the pump for consumers seeking cleaner mobility options."

Propel operates a growing network of Clean Fuel Points (CFP), green-built, self-serve filling stations co-located at existing gas stations, and Clean Mobility Centers (CMC), which introduce renewable fuels (Flex Fuel E85, biodiesel blends) alongside the conventional gasoline that most drivers use today. With a focus beyond fuel, Propel CMCs enable drivers to offset carbon from their fuel purchases, improve their vehicle's fuel economy, find rideshare opportunities, tune bicycles and recycle on the go.

As even more sustainable fuel and vehicle technologies advance, Propel's station platform provides the flexibility to offer emerging fuel types and transportation technologies such as natural gas and electric vehicle charging. Propel works with the very best current and next-generation fuel suppliers to bring responsible, high performance renewable fuels into all its fuel blends.

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