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$1.3 Million for Clean Transport Announced in North Carolina


The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NC CETC) announces $1.3 Million to provide funding assistance for transportation related emission reduction projects.

We are excited to announce the release of the 3rd and final round of Clean Fuel Advanced Technology 2013-2015 (CFAT) funding assistance.

Funding assistance can be used for transportation related projects located in or benefits to non-attainment or maintenance areas for pollutant emissions.  Eligible projects include:

  • Alternative fuel & advanced technology Vehicles
  • Alternative fuel & advanced technology Vehicle Conversions
  • Refueling & recharging infrastructure
  • Idle Reduction Technologies
  • Diesel Retrofits
  • Vehicle Telematics

To learn more about this funding opportunity click here.

The application deadline is November 3, 2014.

Please share this information with your contacts and any others who are interested in the funding assistance for alternative fuel related projects. Thank you for your continued support and involvement!

The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center has partnered with the Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition to provide education and outreach activities and assistance in the Greater Charlotte region.  We are available to speak about clean transportation technologies and practices to your organization or at local events. If you have any questions please contact Jessica Hill at jhill [at] centralina [dot] org or (704) 348-2731 for more information.

Centralina Council of Governments
9815 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262

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