|State or Federal?|
The purpose of the CMP is to obtain emission reductions of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Particulate Matter
(PM10) and Reactive Organic Gases (ROG) from heavy-duty vehicles and other equipment operating
in California as early and as cost-effectively as possible. The CMP provides financial incentives to
assist in the purchase of cleaner-than-required engine and equipment technologies to achieve emission
reductions that are real, surplus, quantifiable and enforceable.
There are two primary funding categories: 1) On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicles, including Emergency Vehicles, and 2) Off-Road Equipment including Marine Engine Repower, Shore Power, Construction Equipment, Agricultural Mobile Equipment, Locomotives, and Cargo Handling Equipment.
|Most Recent/Current Due Date||2017/07/11|
|Most Recent RFP Release Date||2017/04/19|
|Annual or Multi-Year?||Annual|
|Preliminary Items||Optional general workshops are scheduled
9:00 to noon on
May 24, 2017; May 31, 2017; and June 7, 2017 at:
21865 East Copley Drive
Diamond Bar, California 91765
For cargo handling equipment electrification projects, the funder will provide 50 percent of eligible costs or $50,000 per unit, whichever is less.
For shore power projects, the funder will provide up to 50 percent of total costs of any transformer or other equipment costs.
Any tax obligations are the responsibility of the applicant.
|California Air Resources Board, South Coast Air Quality Management District|
|Total Amount Available for All Grants|
At least 50 percent of the available funding will be allocated to areas that are disproportionately impacted by air pollution.
Funding from this program cannot duplicate funding from other government programs that seek mobile power emissions.