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Clean Vehicle Fueling Infrastructure Program: Private Use

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The Clean Vehicle Fueling Infrastructure Program provides incentive the private-use of new stations, conversion of existing stations, and expansion of existing stations for hydrogen fueling, natural gas fueling, and electric battery charging of heavy-duty vehicles. This program will support the development and implementation of private-use fueling infrastructure and does not provide funds for infrastructure for passenger vehicles.

Applicant Eligibility

The following types of applicants are eligible to apply:

  • Public Entities – include but are not limited to State, metropolitan, county, city, multi-county special district (e.g. water districts), school districts, universities, and federal agencies.
  • Private Entities – include but are not limited to private organizations and corporations.

For private-use only projects. All projects must be located within the boundaries of the District.

Project Categories

The District is offering funding for a new station, conversion of an existing station, or an expansion to existing station for the following categories:

  • Hydrogen Fueling Station:
    • Equipment must have at least a three (3) year warranty.
    • For private use, not open to the public.
  • Battery Charging Station:
    • Chargers must be a level 2 and higher to support non-residential charging.
    • Charger must be certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory.
    • Equipment must have at least a one (1) year warranty.
    • For private use, not open to the public.
  • Natural Gas Fueling Station:
    • Equipment must have at least a three (3) year warranty.
    • For private use, not open to the public.

Funding

Projects will be funded on a first come, first served of a completed application basis and submittal of an application does not guarantee funding. Applicants must have a signed, executed contract from the District prior to purchase and installation of new equipment. Incentive amounts will be based on the following percentage of eligible costs:

Maximum Percentage of Eligible Cost Project Types
Up to 50% Baseline maximum for all projects
Up to 65% Projects with Solar/Wind Power Systems*
Up to 100% Public School Buses – Battery Charging and Alternative Fueling

*At least 50 percent of the energy provided to covered sources by the project must be generated from solar or wind.