February 10 Gathering to Discuss Draft Investment Plan
The California Energy Commission will host a meeting on ARFVT, the Alternative Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology program, on February 10.
California’s AB118 statute directs the investment of approximately $100 million per year into clean and advanced fuel and vehicle technologies, and infrastructure development.
CEC has provided to date more than $420 million in program funding toward more than 250 projects.
For the latest installment, CEC is proposing funding “for a spectrum of project types.”
Among the standout items for fiscal 2014-2015 are $20 million for biofuel production and supply and for hydrogen fueling infrastructure, $15 million each for electric charging infrastructure and medium and heavy duty advanced technology demos, and $9 million for natural gas vehicle incentives.
CEC, Randy Roesser, 916-654-4628; [email protected]
Source: CEC with Fleets & Fuels follow-up