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Deadlines Approaching for Clean Transportation Grants

Friday February 7th, 2020
The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is accepting applications for clean transportation grants for the Clean Diesel and Corridor Refueling Infrastructure programs under the Driving PA Forward initiative.
 
Clean Diesel Program
 
DEP has $2.6 million in funding available for the PA State Clean Diesel Grant Program to support projects that will replace or retrofit fleet diesel-powered highway and nonroad vehicles, engines and equipment. The deadline for applications is March 6. (formal notice)
 
Approximately $2.15 million of the funding is from the settlement of a lawsuit with Volkswagen and its subsidiaries.
 
Eligible applicants include school districts, municipal authorities, political subdivisions, state agencies, nonprofit entities, corporations, limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in this commonwealth, air quality or transportation organizations, and metropolitan or rural planning organizations.
 
For more information on the program, visit the PA State Clean Diesel Grant Program webpage and read the PA Bulletin notice. Questions should be directed to the Bureau of Air Quality by sending email to ra-epvwmitigation@pa.gov or calling (717) 787-9495.
 
Corridor Refueling Infrastructure Grants
 
DEP has approximately $1 million in funding available for the FAST Act Corridor Refueling Infrastructure Grant Program to support projects to install public refueling infrastructure along the highway corridors in this commonwealth designated as alternative fuel corridors by the federal Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act. (formal notice)
 
The deadline for applications is March 24. Individual project awards will be capped at $500,000.
 
Eligible applicants and projects include municipal authorities, political subdivisions, nonprofit entities, corporations and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the commonwealth to install public-use electric, hydrogen, propane, and compressed natural gas refueling infrastructure.
 
The infrastructure must support public vehicles seeking to undertake alternative fuel refueling, including electric vehicle charging or hydrogen, propane or compressed natural gas refueling. 
 
For more information on how to apply, read the PA Bulletin notice and visit DEP’s Corridor Refueling Infrastructure Grant Program webpage. Questions should be directed to the Energy Programs Office by sending email to jdziubek@pa.gov or calling (717) 783-8411.