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Clean Transportation Triangle (CTT) and Alternative Fueling Facilities (AFFP) Program Grants: How to Apply

Application forms for the CTT/AFFP joint solicitation.

A Program of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP)

 


 

Are applications being accepted under this program?

No. The most recent grant application period ended on February 18, 2014. Applications are currently being reviewed and grant selections will be announced as soon as possible.

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What projects are eligible for a CTT or AFFP grant?

The TCEQ is soliciting CTT applications for projects for installation of equipment to dispense natural gas in the 63 CTT-eligible Texas counties. The CTT stations must be new construction or the substantial reconstruction must be intended to provide a new service at an existing station. The TCEQ will give preference to stations providing both LNG and CNG at a single location and to stations located no more than 1 mile from an interstate highway in the 63 CTT-eligible Texas counties.

The eligible CTT projects are:

  • Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations;
  • Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) stations; or
  • Stations dispensing both CNG and LNG.

 

The TCEQ is soliciting AFFP applications for projects for the construction or substantial reconstruction of facilities to dispense alternative fuels to vehicles and equipment in the CTT-eligible 18 ozone nonattainment counties in Dallas–Fort Worth and Houston-Galveston-Brazoria, and in El Paso County. The AFFP stations must be new construction or the substantial reconstruction must be intended to provide a new service at an existing station.

The eligible AFFP alternative fuels projects are:

  • Biodiesel;
  • Hydrogen;
  • Methanol;
  • Natural Gas (CNG and/or LNG);
  • Propane; or
  • Electricity Charging.

 

Applicants should review the Joint CFF/AFFP Request for Grant Applications (RFGA) (PDF) for detailed requirements for each project type and information about eligibility.

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How do I apply for a CTT/AFFP Grant?

Interested CTT/AFFP grant applicants should first thoroughly review the RFGA before completing the application forms.

Steps to follow:

  1. Download the RFGA, or call Kathleen Vale directly (512-239-2464 or toll-free 800-919-8377) to obtain a copy of this document.
  2. Review the RFGA to determine if your project is eligible for funding. If needed, contact Kathleen Vale to discuss your proposed project.
  3. Download or obtain copies of all three application forms.
  4. Review the CTT and/or AFFP contract shell reference document.
  5. Follow the directions for completing and submitting the forms.

All forms should be typed and signed. You should submit one signed original copy and one electronic copy to:

Regular Mail

Air Quality Division, MC 204
Implementation Grants Section (CTT/AFFP)
Attn: Kathleen Vale
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087

Express Mail

Air Quality Division, MC 204
Implementation Grants Section (CTT)
Attn: Kathleen Vale
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
12100 Park 35 Circle, Bldg. F
Austin, TX 78753

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CTT/AFFP Application Forms

 

NOTE:The Application Forms provided on this Web page are for reference only. Application forms may not be submitted at this time. The latest CTT/AFFP grant application period ended on February 18, 2014.

 

Application Project Type Application
Narrative Project Application Part A Word image
Project Application Form Part B Excel image
Project Budget Form Part C Excel image

 

Please pay careful attention to the directions in the RFGA and application forms regarding confidential information.

The TCEQ is committed to accessibility. If you would like to request a more accessible version of these documents, please contact the TERP program at 800-919-TERP (8377).

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Contact Information:

 

Kathleen Vale
Kathleen.Vale@tceq.texas.gov
512-239-2464

 

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