HVIP - Hyzon Big Rig
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HVIP remains open for all vehicle types!

HVIP funding is still open across six categories; Traditional HVIP, Transit, Public School Bus Set-Aside, Drayage Truck, Innovative Small e-Fleet, Local Education Agency School Bus Replacement Grants. Check out the updated available amounts and detailed information here. If you have any questions or would like us to help you with HVIP Funding, please contact us today.Continued

Winter Grade Fule
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California Air Resources Board Orders Shift to Winter-Grade Fuel

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) said it had relaxed the state’s RVP standards, a day after Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the step in an effort to bring down gasoline prices. Winter-grade gasoline is typically priced below summer grade. California typically requires the use of summer grade fuel through October. CARB’s order permits an earlyContinued

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Freight grant funding
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Now Open for Application: Zero-Emission Freight and Marine Statewide Grant Funding in California

Apply for Funding for the Following Equipment: Heavy-Duty Forklifts, Port Cargo Handling Equipment, Aircraft Ground Support Equipment, Marine Vessel Repower, and Shore Power for Unregulated Ocean-going Vessels Up to $20 million funding is now available Statewide through the VW Zero-Emission Freight and Marine (ZEFM) program. Applications are being accepted and reviewed on a first-come, first-served basisContinued

Freight Locomotive
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More than $70 Million In CORE Funding Incentives Have Been Claimed!

Don’t wait—CORE Project Vouchers are Provided on a First-Come, First-Served Basis!The Heavy-Duty Clean Off-Road Equipment (CORE) Voucher Incentive Project funding segment remains open. Incentives for large forklifts, cargo handling equipment, railcar movers and freight locomotives and more are still available! (The terminal tractor, transport refrigeration unit, and mobile power unit equipment categories are now oversubscribed and no longer available forContinued

Diesel Engine
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Biden-Harris Administration Announces Availability of $115 Million in Grants to Cut Harmful Diesel Engine Emissions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of $115 million in grant funding for projects that cut harmful pollution from the nation’s existing fleet of older diesel engines. Under the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grant funding competition, EPA anticipates making 4-10 awards in each of EPA’s ten regions to eligible applicants. “ThroughoutContinued

Core program
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CORE Heavy-Duty Off-Road Equipment Funding Segment Now Open

Don’t wait—CORE Project Vouchers are Provided on a First-Come, First-Served Basis!Any heavy-duty off-road equipment purchaser in California can take advantage of the California CORE Project’s incentives. That means you can benefit from the $182 million appropriated to the fiscal year 22/23 funding lane. Check out the Eligible Equipment Catalog to see which equipment is rightContinued

Heavy Duty Off Road Equipment
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Heavy-Duty Clean Off-Road Equipment Voucher Incentive Project (CORE)

Voucher Submittal Opening, July 18, 2023 The Fiscal Year 2022-23 Funding Plan for Clean Transportation Incentives allocated $182 million to the Clean Off-Road Equipment Voucher Incentive Program (CORE). CORE is intended to accelerate the adoption of cleaner, commercially available off-road technologies by providing a streamlined way for fleets ready to purchase specific zero-emission equipment. On July 18, 2023,Continued

Battle Motors if the official truck of the UFC
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Client News: Battle Motors Named First-Ever Official Electric Commercial Truck of UFC®

UFC, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, and Battle Motors, a leader in the development of electric vehicle (EV) technology, today announced a new multi-year national marketing partnership in which Battle Motors will serve as the first-ever Official Electric Commercial Truck of UFC. The new agreement builds upon the relationship UFC and Battle MotorsContinued