On August 4, 2020, the California Air Resources Board closed the voucher-request process for the Clean Off-Road Equipment (CORE) Voucher Incentive Project. The entire $44 million dollars has been requested at this time. Voucher requests that are on the Contingency List may be funded if funding becomes available. To learn the status of your voucher-request, please contact californiaCORE@tetratech.com. If you have additional questions, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, use The Funding Finder Tool to find other funding sources. The Tool is designed to help stakeholders search and filter for Medium-and-Heavy-Duty Alternative Fuel Vehicle and infrastructure programs in the state of California. Start by filtering results by ZIP Code then filter based on the other criteria you desire. Please note that for the most accurate and up to date information about each program, you should visit the website and/or speak with the agency directly. Visit the website.
Learn if CORE equipment is getting deployed in your region. Use our Voucher Funding Map to discover deployments near you.
- Goods Movement Program: Upgrade or replace diesel equipment with funding from the Goods Movement Program. This program aims to reduce air pollution from freight movement activities in California. Learn more at https://www.baaqmd.gov/funding-and-incentives/businesses-and-fleets/goods-movement-program-and-vendor-list.
BAAQMD Funding Opportunities
- Zero-Emission Freight and Marine Projects: Up to $35 million is available to eligible projects statewide through a competitive solicitation. The solicitation is tentatively scheduled to open in Q1 2021. An additional $35 million is expected to be available by mid-2022. For more information, visit https://www.californiavwtrust.org/zero-freight-marine/.
- Prop 1 B Goods Movement Program: Up to $20M is available for goods movement equipment replacement & fueling infrastructure projects. Learn more at www.baaqmd.gov/goods.
- Carl Moyer/Community Health Protection Grant Program: Up to $40M is available for eligible projects that reduce emissions by replacing old, high-polluting vehicles and equipment. Visit www.baaqmd.gov/ab617grants.
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