As Americans, we prize our independence. And our vehicles provide the freedom to move about our lives. But that freedom can come at a cost to our health, our environment and our economy as long as our mobility is bound by a lack of fuel choices.
Propel believes drivers deserve better – so we’re building a new kind of fuel company. Our stations offer true alternatives to conventional petroleum, providing a selection of high-performance, premium-quality, renewable fuels at locations convenient to you. These stations support our vision of Clean Mobility – enabling drivers to reach their destination while honoring our values and reducing our impact on the environment.
While we can’t solve the world’s problems in a day, we can start now. Every fill is an opportunity to make progress. Drivers like you can change the world.
Propel CEO Matt Horton explains Clean Mobility and the significance of our freedom to choose.
Meet the team that eats, sleeps and breathes renewable fuels (figuratively, of course).
Building a better kind of Fuel Company starts by creating a better station experience.
Our station network is growing, and so are we. Join us today!
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The annual Inc. 500 list includes the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. Propel ranks as the 17th fastest growing private company in the Energy sector, 352nd overall, and America’s fastest growing private fuel brand.
Propel was recognized as a finalist in the category of trasportation for the San Francisco Business Times Cleantech Awards for our efforts in building a renewable fuels network to help reduce carbon emissions.
Redefining the fuel station, Propel’s Downtown Seattle location was recognized by the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce and AIA Seattle for innovation in design and sustainability.
The InfoWorld 100 was awarded to CleanDrive, Propel’s personalized emissions reporting platform. The award celebrates IT projects that use technology in smart, innovative ways to meet business and technical objectives.
Propel was named one of the top 50 companies in the industry and the only “last-mile” fuel provider to win a spot on the list by Biofuels Digest.
For more than 60 years, the San Mateo County Economic Development Association (SAMCEDA) has honored leaders in innovation and entrepreneurship—defining characteristics of the Silicon Valley.