Important Statute Change Information!
Please read the statute change summary located here to see what changes affect you.
To provide education, training, and awareness within the State of Oklahoma to ensure public safety in the expansion of the use of alternative fuels in the transportation sector. The Department of Labor has the responsibility of ensuring the certification process shall be uniform and practical in nature and shall be sufficiently strict to test the qualifications and fitness of any applicant seeking certification to install, modify, repair or renovate equipment used in the conversion of any fossil fuel engine to an engine fueled by an alternative fuel.
- Alternative Fuel Equipment Technician
- Alternative Fuel Compressor Technician
- EV Equipment Technician
NOTICE: April 27, 2015 HB 1728 was signed by Governor Fallin. This Bill went into effect immediately. You may access a current copy of the Oklahoma Department of Labor Alternative Fuels Technician Certification Act on the Oklahoma Department of Labor website by clicking here.
Please note this significant change in liability insurance requirements:
380:80-7-9. Insurance requirements
A certificate shall not be issued to any applicant unless and until the agency has received proof of insurance as required by this section. (1) Alternative fuels conversion companies, partnerships, or corporations engaged in the installation, modification, repair, maintenance, or renovation of alternative fuel equipment are required to have on file with the agency proof of certificate holders liability insurance coverage, with limits of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) general liability, in full force and effect covering the plant, garage, equipment and motor vehicles used in such business. Proof of self insurance by governmental entities will also be accepted.