Local & Regional
Wed July 1, 2009
Oklahoma Alternatives/Part #-1
By John Durkee
Tulsa, OK – Oklahoma House Speaker Chris Benge and AT&T Oklahoma President Bryan Gonterman announced AT&T in Oklahoma will roll out a fleet of at least 30 compressed natural gas vehicles this year in part because of recently approved tax incentives developed by the Oklahoma Legislature.
"Because of these tax incentives, as well as the high number of existing CNG fueling locations in the state, we're excited to be one of the first companies to make a serious commitment to CNG in Oklahoma", said Gonterman.
The legislation extends a significant tax credit to offset the cost of converting a vehicle to run on CNG.