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Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG)

Official Website

ADMINISTRATIVE ENTITY:

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 

OPEN TO:

Public and Private fleets

TOTAL INCENTIVES AVAILABLE
  • Approximately $10 million 
     
DEADLINE:
  • June 30, 2015
     
HOW TO APPLY:
  • Complete the application located here.
     
INCENTIVE DETAILS:
  • The primary goals of the AFIG program are to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and reduce consumption of imported oil through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will help the state’s economy and environment. 
  • The grant funds are to be used for the incremental cost of retrofit of new or existing vehicles to operate on an alternative fuels. 
  • Eligible vehicles include, but are not limited to dedicated, bi-fuel, and dual-fuel LNG or CNG vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) less than 14,000 lbs. and vehicles with no weight limit operating on dedicated liquid propane gas, alcohol, hydrogen, hythane, biofuel or electricity. 
ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS:
  • School districts, municipal authorities, political subdivisions, incorporated nonprofit entities, corporations, and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the state. 
ELIGIBLE EXPENSES:
  •  Propane autogas, CNG, LNG, alcohol, hydrogen, hythane, biofuel and electric.
     
INELIGIBLE EXPENSES:
  • E85 Flex Fuel and diesel vehicles are not eligible.
     
CONTACT INFORMATION:

North-central Region

Michele Ferguson 

Phone: 570-327-3636

 

South-central Region 

Mark Hand 

Phone: 717-705-4703

 

 

 

 

 

Note: ROUSH CleanTech provides no representations, assurances or guarantees to you regarding federal, state, local and other tax incentives or grants. This website does not constitute tax advice. You are strongly advised to consult with your tax advisor regarding the specific federal, state, local, and other tax incentives or grants. The “summary” above is based on ROUSH CleanTech’s interpretation of publicly accessible grant funding documents and is meant to provide an overview of the opportunity. You are strongly advised to review the full grant funding language yourself before making any decisions about pursuing grant funding.

 

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