The Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program funds affordable housing and mixed-use developments and transportation improvements, including transit and active transportation infrastructure and programs.
Fuel Cells using Renewable Fuels
These funds are appropriated and made available for California incorporated cities to prepare for and respond to Public Safety Power Shutoff events.
Funds appropriated may be used to procure fixed, long term emergency electrical generation equipment, continuity plans, risk assessments for critical infrastructure, post event reports, public education materials or supplies to prepare for electric disruption.
The California Energy Commission’s Energy Conservation Assistance Act (ECAA) program provides 1 percent interest loans to cities, counties, special districts, public colleges and universities, public care institutions, and public hospitals. Loans finance energy efficiency and energy generation projects. The maximum loan is $3 million.
The Rural Utilities Service (RUS), an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), announces the availability of up to $10 million in competitive grants to assist communities with extremely high energy costs. The grant funds may be used to acquire, construct, or improve energy generation, transmission, or distribution facilities serving communities where the average annual residential expenditure for home energy exceeds 275% of the national average.
This funding opportunity seeks to encourage energy generation and energy efficiency on tribal lands. Up to $17 million is available for the deployment of energy infrastructure on tribal lands. Projects will relate to three topic areas:
This Funding Opportunity Announcement integrates related activities across EERE's Transporation Offices - Vehicle Technologies, Fuel Cell Technologies, and Bioenergy Technolgoies.
The Air District’s West Oakland Zero-Emission Grant Program will award up to $600,000 in funding to help owners and operators pay for a portion of the cost to of purchase purchasing and deploying new on- and off-road zero-emission vehicles, infrastructure, and mobile and stationary equipment that will be operated and installed in and around within West Oakland.
The U.S. EPA is soliciting proposals nationwide for projects that achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions in terms of tons of pollution produced by diesel engines and diesel emissions exposure, particularly from fleets located in areas designated as having poor air quality.
The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District is currently accepting applications to develop and advance the education of personnel on the mechanics, safe operation and maintenance of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure. Eligible educational subjects include the following: alternative fuel engines, fueling practices and vehicle fuel systems, fuel station components, operational safety and procedures, technical or mechanic training, or alternative fuel technology overview. For more information about the program, please review the program guidelines.