CFAT: Funding for Projects Announced!
The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center is seeking proposals from both public and private entities for transportation related projects that reduce emissions in North Carolina's non-attainment and maintenance counties for National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
Eligible projects include:
- Alternative Fuel & Advanced Technology Vehicles (AFVs) Leases
- Alternative Fuel & Advanced Technology Vehicle (AFV) Conversions
- Mobile Idle Reduction Technologies
- Diesel Retrofits
Maximum per project award: $300,000
Minimum per project award: $25,000
The deadline to apply for 2018's 2nd round of CFAT funding is June 29, 2018. For the RFP, application, and other information, click here.
The Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) project is designed to reduce transportation related emissions in North Carolina through education, outreach and emission reduction technology sub-awards to public and private entities responsible for transportation related emissions in eligible counties. The project is administered by the NC Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC)/NC State University (NCSU) with federal funding provided by the NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT). The CFAT eligible counties served by Centralina Council of Governments are: Cabarrus, Gaston, *Iredell (partial), Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Union. Centralina Council of Governments conducts education and outreach activities as one of five North Carolina education and outreach partners (EOPs) to enhance reach and effectiveness in reducing transportation related emissions in eligible counties.
To learn more about CFAT or how CFAT funding can help you, contact csoriano [at] centralina [dot] org (Carina Soriano) or jwager [at] centralina [dot] org (Jason Wager).