TERP Project Summary Reports and Publications
- TERP Project Summary Reports
- TERP Biennial Report to the Texas Legislature
- Texas Emissions Reduction Plan: Guidelines for Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants
- Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) Project H072AB
TERP Project Summary Reports
Last Updated: November 14, 2013
The following documents provided information on projects funded by each of our different grant programs. All documents are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF. (Help with Downloading Files.)
TERP Biennial Report to the Texas Legislature
In accordance with Texas Health and Safety Code 386.057 and 386.116(d) , the TCEQ is required to publish and submit to the Legislature a biennial report on the status of implementing the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan.
There are several government agencies responsible for developing and implementing the current TERP programs. In addition to TCEQ, these agencies include the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, the State Energy Conservation Office, the Public Utility Commission of Texas, and local governments. The Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University assists in energy efficiency and renewable energy research, along with emissions reduction calculations.
The latest report may be viewed and downloaded from the following link:
The reports submitted to TCEQ for preparation of the Biennial Report from the other state agencies may be viewed and downloaded below.
Texas Emissions Reduction Plan: Guidelines for Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants
In accordance with Chapter 386, Subchapter C of the Texas Health and Safety Code, this guidance document explains the standards for ERIG grants issued under the TERP program for projects to improve air quality in areas of the state that do not meet certain air quality standards established by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The HARC has completed an update to previous analyses of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) and the Low Income Repair and Assistance Program. Included in the report and accompanying memo are information on the available emissions reductions from the locomotive and marine sectors and strategies for achieving the maximum emissions reductions from those sectors.