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Texas Emissions Reduction Plan grant funds still available

Dec. 28, 2017 - Six million for constructing or expanding natural gas and alternative fueling facilities and nine million dollars set aside for applicants hit by Harvey

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is accepting applications for the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan, Alternative Fueling Facilities Program. If you are an individual, business, or represent a governmental entity, you are invited to apply.

The TCEQ is funding the development of a network of natural gas, compressed natural gas and/or other alternative fuel fueling stations in Texas. AFFP grants offset a portion of the cost of either the construction of new facilities or the expansion of existing facilities to provide new services or capabilities. Grants are offered to build, own, and operate alternative fuel and natural gas fueling stations in the Clean Transportation Zone. The CTZ includes counties along or inside the area between Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas-Fort Worth areas, and in between the Corpus Christi, Laredo, and San Antonio areas.

Applications are accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, so don’t delay.


The TCEQ is also accepting applications for the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan Rebate Grants Program to upgrade or replace on-road heavy-duty diesel vehicles and/or select non-road heavy-duty diesel equipment damaged or destroyed by the hurricane.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the TCEQ is helping to bring things back to normal by offering grants to help repower or replace diesel vehicles and equipment damaged or destroyed by Harvey with cleaner models.

Applications for these grants are accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. Need help filling out the application? Contact us toll-free at 800-919-TERP (8377). Hablamos español y estamos aquí para ayudarle.