The Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition (TACC) promotes the use of alternative fuel vehicles, to increase energy security, reduce fleet operating costs, and improve the environment while reducing petroleum use in the transportation sector. Together, these can create economic opportunity and improve public health.
We educate fleets and individuals on alternative fuels, vehicle availability, and refueling options, and manage several collaborative grant programs to educate first responders and code officials, displace gasoline, and improve air quality.
The Tulsa coalition is one chapter of the nationwide U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities program, and serves as a resource for the eastern half of Oklahoma. The western half of the state is served by Central Oklahoma Clean Cities.
Tulsa Area Clean Cities is hosted by INCOG, the regional planning authority for the Tulsa area. The program is member-supported, and funded by INCOG, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of Energy.