Diesel Emissions Reductions Call for Projects


North Central Texas Council of Governments has three calls for projects (CFPs) open with approximately $2.4 million remaining in grant funding for diesel emissions reduction projects! The next application deadline for all three CFPs is Friday July 9, 2021, 5 p.m. Project details are as follows:

  • ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS

North Texas Freight Terminal Electrification (NTFTE) 2020 CFP: Private freight terminals or distribution centers primarily receiving heavy-duty truck TRUs and trailer TRUs and located in the 10-county ozone nonattainment area.  

North Texas Emissions Reduction Project (NTERP) 2020 CFP: Private sector fleets for high-use diesel vehicles and equipment operating in the ten-county ozone nonattainment area as well as Hood and Navarro counties.  

Clean Fleets North Texas (CFNT) 2020 CFP: Local governments, or private companies that contract with local governments, that own heavy-duty diesel vehicles or equipment operating in the ten-county ozone nonattainment area.  


  • ELIGIBLE PROJECTS

NTFTE: Construction and installation of Electrified Parking Spaces for heavy-duty TRUs and trailer TRUs, electric power monitoring equipment and electric power connection kits.  

NTERP: Replacement of an older diesel, on-road vehicle and non-road equipment with a newer model year, on-road vehicle or non-road equipment; additionally, this includes Shore power installation for rail and switch yards.  

CFNT: Replacement of older diesel, on-road vehicle and non-road equipment with newer model year, on-road vehicle or non-road equipment.


  • FUNDING DETAILS AND LEVELS

NTFTE: Rebate grants, approximately $960,000 available  

  • Up to 30 percent of the project cost  

NTERP: Rebate grants, approximately $1.3 million available  

  • 45 percent if New Vehicle/Equipment is Electric  

  • 35 percent if New Vehicle/Equipment is Powered by Engine Certified to California Air Resource Board

  • Optional Low-NOx Standards  

  • 25 percent Cost for All Others  

CFNT: Grants, approximately $109,000 available  

  • 45 percent if New Vehicle/Equipment is Electric  

  • 35 percent if New Vehicle/Equipment is Powered by Engine Certified to California Air Resource Board

  • Optional Low-NOx Standards  

  • 25 percent Cost for All Others  

More information and application details for each program available on the NCTCOG website.

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