Pennsylvania offering $5 million under Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant

May 23, 2018 |

In Pennsylvania, the application system for the Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant is now open through December 15. Approximately $5 million in grants is made available for school districts, municipal authorities, political subdivisions, nonprofit entities, corporations, limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth to support:

Incremental cost expenses relative to retrofitting vehicles to operate on alternative fuels as a bi-fuel, dual-fuel, hybrid or dedicated vehicle. Incremental cost expenses to purchase bi-fuel, dual-fuel, hybrid or dedicated vehicles.

The cost to purchase and install the necessary fleet refueling or home-refueling equipment for bi-fuel, dual-fuel, hybrid or dedicated vehicles. The cost to perform research, training, development and demonstration of new applications or next-phase technology related to alternative fuel vehicles.

New this year, AFIG will give priority to projects that include the use of the funded vehicles by emergency personnel in emergency responses, rescues, and evacuations. Biodiesel refueling infrastructure projects must be dispensing a biodiesel blend greater than B5.

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