WOODS CROSS, UT -- Go Natural CNG announced plans to open an additional sales and installation facility in Tulsa, Okla. To usher in the new 7,000-square-foot location, a grand opening is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 25.
The address is 4116 South 88th East Avenue in Tulsa. The grand-opening celebration is open to the public. Local dignitaries are expected to attend, including Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett.
“Our research revealed that Oklahoma is the ideal place to expand our CNG vehicle conversion business,” explained Lucas Kjar, CEO of Go Natural CNG. “Local government officials have been very supportive and enthusiastic. Plus, the state incentives for CNG are among the highest in the nation and at just 78 cents per GGE, the price of CNG fuel in Oklahoma is extremely affordable.”
Go Natural CNG has already signed a contract with the city of Owasso to convert more than 40 vehicles. Work on these conversions will begin immediately following the grand-opening celebration.
Go Natural’s partner, AutoSource Motors, will be sharing the new Oklahoma facility. While Go Natural CNG focuses on providing turn-key solutions for fleets, AutoSource Motors specializes in creating the area’s largest offering of natural gas-powered cars, trucks and vans.
Founded in 2008, Go Natural CNG manufactures fuel interface modules, EPA-certified vehicle conversion kits, CSA certified CNG hoses and hydraulic natural gas compression units. The company is headquartered in Utah.