Carl Moyer Program – South Coast AQMD Announces
South Coast AQMD is pleased to announce the availability of funds for the 2021 Carl Moyer Program (including the SOON (Surplus Off-Road Opt-In for NOx) Provision). At least $36 million is available for eligible projects including:
- On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicles, including transit fleet vehicles, drayage trucks, solid waste vehicles, public agency/utility vehicles and emergency vehicles (fire apparatus)
- Off-Road Equipment, including:
- Marine Engine Repower
- Shore Power (if project is not subject to CARB’s At-Berth Regulation)
- Construction Equipment
- Agricultural Mobile Equipment (loaders, tractors, water pulls, etc.)
- Cargo Handling Equipment
- Infrastructure to fuel or power a zero or near zero emission, heavy-duty vehicle or equipment, including but not limited to: on-road heavy-duty vehicles, cargo handling equipment, and marine vessels (shore power).
To apply online, please visit our Carl Moyer Online Portal at https://carlmoyeronline.aqmd.gov
The application deadline is 1:00 pm PST on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
The U.S. Department of Energy publicizes available funding through competitive funding opportunity announcements(FOAs), similar to requests for proposals (RFPs) or solicitations.
Laws and Incentives
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Clean Cities has awarded more than $300 million to fund hundreds of projects across the country that cut petroleum use in transportation. Visit the Clean Cities projects page to learn more.
When applying for funding, contact your Clean Cities coordinator for help navigating the process successfully.
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HVIP Opening to New Voucher Requests – June 8
The Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) will open to new voucher requests at 10 a.m. Pacific on Tuesday, June 8.
The FY20-21 Implementation Manual is now available at www.californiahvip.org/im. Dealers and other participants should familiarize themselves with the new Implementation Manual in advance. FAQs to help guide you through the policy changes are at www.californiahvip.org/about.
Funding Release Schedule
When HVIP begins accepting new voucher requests, funds will be available in two “waves.” A total of approximately $165 million will be available, however, only half of the funds will be released beginning when the program opens on June 8. The other half will be made available two months later, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, August 10. Available voucher funds can be viewed in real-time in the blue bar at the top of the page at www.californiahvip.org any time once the program is open.