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 […]
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What does city planning have to do with alternative fuel vehicles? A robust alternative fuel infrastructure network is critical to greater market adoption of AFVs; as such, the availability of alternative fuel infrastructure is the issue over which local governments can exert the greatest direct impact. This report has been prepared to assist local governments […]
Oklahoma has developed the nation’s leading alternative fuels technician licensure program, but more people need to learn about it. Tulsa Area Clean Cities worked with the Oklahoma Division of Capital Assets Management (DCAM) to perform training for fleet and industry trade groups, including information about: The best practices and regulations governing the alternative fuel conversion […]
Many station developers face obstacles getting their facilities to meet fire code. Too often, fire inspectors are enforcing codes for gasoline fueling stations that are erroneously applied to alternative fueling stations. Tulsa Area Clean Cities enlisted the help of FS Circle Solutions, a training firm established by Broken Arrow Fire Chief Jeremy Moore, to develop a […]
Oklahoma’s Division of Capital Assets Management has led the way in certification of alternative fuel mechanics. We partnered with Arkansas Clean Cities to examine how that process occurred, how the program works, and created a case study for other states to use as a resource when creating their own programs.