Back by popular demand, CNG Fuel Station Safety Training will take place Friday, October 14 in Oklahoma City. The free training, made possible through a federal grant, is aimed at fire marshals, code inspectors/officers, and zoning/planning staff. Attendees will learn about natural gas, how to navigate often-conflicting code requirements, and more, to make sure your community is making […]
Next Generation of Electric Cars: The next generation of electric cars will start rolling off of assembly lines and into Tulsa later this year. With multiple models set to offer over 200 miles of range at price point around $35,000, these are said to be the cars that will bring electric cars to the masses. […]
Later this year the Chevy Bolt, the first affordable EV with a range of over 200 miles, will be available for purchase. The Tesla Model 3 will likely be available late next year. Both cars will be priced around $35,000 and have a battery range of over 200 miles. The battery range and price point […]
$240,000 Available to Local Towns, Cities, Counties and School Districts Funding Available for Alternative Fuel Vehicles, Infrastructure, and Idle Reduction INCOG and Tulsa Area Clean Cities (TACC) have released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for local transportation projects improving air quality and reducing the use of gasoline and diesel. The funds are part of the […]
The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) has launched a new, free Propane Vehicle Technician Training course. Recognizing a need for qualified technicians to adapt, service, and maintain these vehicles, the comprehensive course covers topics including propane characteristics, fuel systems, vehicle compatibility, system components, and safety. By the end of the three-day course, participants will have […]
This guide is intended for developed of compressed natural gas fueling stations within the City of Tulsa. Interested in creating a guide for your city? Contact us and we’ll help. Download the print version or read below. CNG fueling stations in Oklahoma are regulated by the Oklahoma Department of Labor. Stations within Tulsa must be […]
Are you outside Oklahoma and want to develop a propane fueling station? Download our national guide to learn who to contact and what steps you should take. Questions? Contact us.