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Active Grant Solicitations
- Duke Energy EVSE Charging
Duke Energy’s “EV Charging Infrastructure Support Project” will provide $1 million to help cities and towns develop public charging stations for residents. Duke Energy will pay 100 percent up to $5,000 per charge port; $20,000 per site, or $50,000 per city under the program.
- Clean Fuels Advanced Technology (CFAT)
Funded by the N.C. Department of Transportation and administered by the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center. It is focused on reducing transportation related emissions in the 24 NC counties that do not meet national air quality standards. Next solicitation expected in 2017.
- NC Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ), Diesel Emissions Reductions Grant (DERG)
The Diesel Emissions Reductions grant (DERG) funds projects that will replace or retrofit current diesel fleets, with the intention of reducing diesel emissions. Approximately $231,500 is available for all projects funded statewide. The Division of Air Quality expects to fund 3 to 5 projects.
- VW Settlement: Emissions Mitigation Projects
- VW accepted the $14.9 billion penalty after acknowledging that it installed devices on certain diesel vehicles to make them appear to meet strict emissions standards when in fact they did not. Funds will be used by states to buy back affected vehicles as well as fund environmental mitigation and investment to promote the use of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) and infrastructure. North Carolina will receive approximately $92 million, based on the number of affected 2.0- and 3.0-liter diesel engine vehicles registered here. The sum is part of the $2.9 billion designed for projects through the EPA’s Environmental Mitigation Trust.