TCEQ/TERP Seek ‘Self-Sustaining Market for Natural Gas Vehicles’
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is offering as much as $7.6 million in grants to help build fueling stations “to serve as a foundation for a self-sustaining market for natural gas vehicles in Texas.”
The Clean Transportation Triangle (CTT) and Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP) grants are part of TERP, the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan.
Eligible fuels for the CTT portion include compressed natural gas and/or liquefied natural gas. Eligible alternative fuels for the AFFP include biodiesel, hydrogen, methanol, natural gas, propane, and electricity.
TCEQ has scheduled grant application workshops for
- Tuesday, December 3 at TCEQ headquarters in Austin;
- Wednesday, December 4 at the Tracy Gee Community Center in Houston;
- Thursday, December 12 at the Alamo Area Council of Governments in San Antonio; and
- Friday, December 13 at the North Central Texas Council of Governments in Arlington.
Proposals in response to TCEQ’s joint RFGA (request for grant application) are being accepted until February 18.
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Source: TCEQ with Fleets & Fuels follow-up