CMAQ Public Fleet Conversion Grant Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality funding or CMAQ, comes from the Federal Highway Administration through the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and is administered locally by INCOG and Tulsa Area Clean Cities. CMAQ encourages projects promoting the conversion of vehicles to alternative fuel vehicles, the purchase of original equipment manufactured (OEM) alternative […]
FS Fire Circle, LLC has been contracted by Tulsa Area Clean Cities through the Initiatives to Implementation grant from the Department of Energy (DE-FOA-0000708) to teach International Fire Code Chapters 22, 30 and NFPA 52 to fire marshals, developers and code officials. These codes are specific to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling stations. Oklahoma is at […]
Free CNG and LPG Training Opportunities Tulsa Area Clean Cities is offering the following free alternative fuel training opportunities for first responders and vehicle technicians employed by government or nonprofit entities in Oklahoma. Alternative Fuel First Responder Training – Taught by Oklahoma State University, Fire Service Training Alternative Fuel First Responder Train-the-Trainer for EMS and Law Enforcement – […]
Tulsa Area Clean Cities Stakeholder Meeting: Funding Opportunities On January 22 at 3:00, Tulsa Area Clean Cities (TACC) Co-Coordinators, Adriane Jaynes and Eric Pollard will explain the two funding sources administered by TACC. These funds are 1) Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) funds used for alternative fuel vehicle purchases and conversions, and 2) a new […]
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REGISTER HERE OCTOBER 10, 2013 10:00 AM»11:00 AM (Pacific) / 1:00 PM» 2:00 PM (Eastern) At this free Westport webinar, learn about the decision-making process Tri-Star Construction president Mark Huff followed to transition his fleet to natural gas. Mark will discuss: The process he used to make his decision, Key resources available to fleet owners considering the transition, Useful metrics and […]
Governor’s Energy Conference, Wednesday, October 9th in Tulsa at the Cox Business Center (formerly the Tulsa Convention Center). Details and registration information available here.