$10 Million Available, Workshop on September 19
The California Energy Commission has approximately $10 million for advanced vehicle manufacturing facilities under ARFVT, the agency’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.
The agency seeks too help establish California factories that produce zero- or near zero-emission vehicles, or components for such vehicles.
The solicitation/Program Opportunity Notice (PON-14-604) encompasses electric, CNG/compressed natural gas, LNG/liquefied natural gas, E-85, biogas, renewable diesel, ethanol, DME/dimethyl ether, biomethane, and hydrogen/fuel cell vehicles.
The maximum funding amount that may be requested per proposal is $3 million, CEC says, and the minimum is $1 million. Cost-sharing of at least 50% is required.
CEC will host a pre-application workshop for the advanced vehicle manufacturing initiative in Sacramento on September 19.
Applications will be accepted until November 7.
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Source: California Energy Commission with Fleets & Fuels follow-up