Alternative Fuel Vehicles

The deployment of alternative fuel transportation is a key component of advancing clean energy across Oklahoma. Both the deployment of alternative fuel vehicles as well as alternative fuel infrastructure growth lead to an increase in energy independence for Oklahoma. Oklahoma is home to generous incentives for alternative fuel vehicles as well as a leading partner in a multi-state memorandum of understanding signed by 22 states to utilize compressed natural gas vehicles in their state fleets.


The Oklahoma State Energy Office works in partnership with two DOE designated Clean Cities programs in Oklahoma to advance alternative fuel vehicle efforts across the state. Clean Cities program partners advance the nation’s economic, environmental and energy security by supporting local efforts to reduce petroleum consumption in transportation. The two designated Clean Cities programs in Oklahoma bring together stakeholders in public and private sectors to deploy alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, and emerging transportation technologies along with providing technical assistance to stakeholders for efforts taking place in Oklahoma.

For more information on Clean Cities program efforts in Oklahoma, please contact the appropriate Clean Cities group below.


The Central Oklahoma Clean Cities program is located within the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments in downtown Oklahoma City.

For information contact Clean Cities Central Oklahoma at 405-234-2264 or


The Tulsa Area Clean Cities program is located in the Indian Nation Council of Governments in downtown Tulsa.

For information contact Tulsa Area Clean Cities at 918-584-7526 or