ClearSign Technologies Relocates-Plans Tulsa, Oklahoma, Headquarters
"The move of our headquarters to Tulsa provides both strategic and business development benefits," said Jim Deller, Ph.D., CEO of ClearSign. "Tulsa is the epicenter of the global high tech combustion industry, with a highly skilled workforce, and where leaders in the industry like our partner Zeeco are based.”
The company has been awarded an incentive through the Oklahoma 21th Century Quality Jobs Act program from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
"I am excited to welcome ClearSign Technologies to our state," said Scott Mueller, Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development. "Oklahoma's storied history in the energy industry and its evolution and innovation make our state a premier location for ClearSign and other companies active in the energy industry. I am confident they will find success and a quality workforce here and I look forward to working alongside the Tulsa Chamber with ClearSign as they continue to grow."
ClearSign enables businesses of every scale the opportunity to incorporate combustion solutions that not only meet or exceed their operational and financial needs and goals, but also dramatically improve environmental impact.
"We're thrilled ClearSign Technologies has chosen to relocate its headquarters to Tulsa," said Arthur Jackson, senior vice president of economic development at the Tulsa Regional Chamber. "ClearSign provides innovative technology for the energy and oil and gas industries, making the Tulsa region an ideal location for the company. We look forward to working with ClearSign as they expand their local footprint and support key industry sectors in our region."
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