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.
The State of Arkansas recognized a need for more alternative fuels technicians. Tulsa Area Clean Cities partnered with Pulaski Technical College in Little Rock to provide support to their alternative fuels programs. Pulaski developed and enhanced programs for fleet mechanics and vehicle maintenance technicians.
Published Jul 28, 2021 Rural towns and smaller municipalities have specific challenges when it comes to using electric vehicles in their transit systems and installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure. From power delivery and lack of community support to local availability of electric vehicles and overall lack of awareness, rural townships may face multiple roadblocks. This […]