2019 Carl Moyer Grant Program
The Carl Moyer Program provides monetary grants to private companies and public agencies to clean up their heavy-duty engines beyond that required by law or regulation, through repowering, replacing or retrofitting their engines, vehicles or equipment. Moyer grants also fund infrastructure projects to support California’s transformation toward zero and near-zero technologies.
Types of Projects that Qualify for Carl Moyer Grants
Projects that reduce surplus emissions from heavy-duty on and off-road equipment qualify. This includes on-road trucks over 14,000 gross vehicle weight such as:
- Airport Ground Support Equipment
- Drayage Trucks
- Emergency Vehicles
- Heavy-Duty Trucks and Buses
- Off-Road Equipment
- Construction and Farm Equipment
- Stationary Agricultural Equipment
- Other Agricultural Sources
- Public Agency/Utility Vehicles
- School Buses
- Solid Waste Collection Vehicles
- Transit Fleet Vehicles
Infrastructure projects such as battery charging stations, alternative fueling stations, and stationary agricultural pump electrification are also eligible for Moyer grants. Heavy duty diesel vehicles subject to a compliance deadline (as specified in California Air Resources Board's (CARB) Truck and Bus Regulation) within one year of application and off-road diesel equipment subject to a compliance deadline within three years (as specified within CARB’s Off-Road diesel regulation) are not eligible to apply.
Available Funds & Funding Caps
The total amount of funds is estimated to be $1 million. In the initial solicitation for projects, each project category, as listed, is assigned a funding cap to allow opportunities for all project types to compete for funds. Should there be any remaining funds after the initial solicitation, the District will determine how to continue to make funds available, whether through an open first come first serve process or through another competitive solicitation. Either way, all eligible and cost effective projects which do not receive funding at time of application, due to limited funds, may be added to a wait list until future funds become available.
The District continues to seek and apply for additional funding sources. As these funds become available for projects submitted through the Moyer Program, they will be prioritized to Moyer projects which were previously submitted and placed on a wait list, by the District.
Grant Program Notification Schedule
- Within 30 days of Application submittal, an email will be sent to the project applicant identifying receipt of project application and whether the application is complete or incomplete.
- Within 45 days of a solicitation period closing, projects received will be evaluated, ranked and approved for tentative funding and applicants will receive notification of award status.
2019 Application Categories
For more information and to apply, select from one of the application categories. Applications must be in the form of an original copy and mailed or delivered in person to PCAPCD, 110 Maple Street, Auburn, CA 95603 by the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and emails will not be considered.
The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Project Category is subject to an additional competitive bid process, as required by the Carl Moyer Guidelines. Therefore, this category will always be subject to a competitive bid process and not first come first serve.
|Project Application Category||Description||Application submittal period|
|Agricultural Portable and Stationary Engine Repower and Infrastructure||Only Tier 3 diesel engines eligible to apply. Engines must be in full compliance with State regulations prior to applying.
||April 1st to May 31st,
|Alternative Fuel Infrastructure||Eligible project types include battery charging stations, natural gas, and hydrogen fueling. Infrastructure projects will be subject to a competitive bid process. Individual and Residential projects not eligible for funds
||April 1st to May 31st,
|Heavy Duty On and Off-Road Equipment Replacement, Repower, and Retrofit||Fleets must be in full compliance with State regulations prior to applying.||April 1st to May 31st,
|School Bus Replacement||Fleets must be in full compliance with State regulations prior to applying.||April 1st to May 31st,
Project Category Funding Caps
The funding caps listed identify the amount of funds that have been currently allocated to each project category. Funding caps will be subject to change as additional funds become available. Any changes will be reflected in the table.
|Project Category||Funding Cap|
|Agriculture Pump Repower and Electrification Projects||Up to 5% of Program Funding|
|Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Projects||Up to 15% of Program Funding|
|Heavy Duty and Off-Road Projects||Up to 70% of Program Funding|
|School Bus Replacement and Repower Projects||Up to 10% of Program Funding|