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New Technology Implementation Grant: How to Apply

Information on how to apply for an NTIG. Eligibility, forms, procedures, program contacts.

A Program of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP)

 

The latest NTIG application period ended on June 27, 2014. Application forms may no longer be submitted for funding consideration.

New/Changed Items

 

 


Are applications being accepted under this program?

No. The latest NTIG application period ended on June 27, 2014. Applications may no longer be submitted for funding consideration.

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What projects are eligible?

Applicants should review the Request for Grant Applications RFGA and NTIG Guidelines for detailed requirements for each project type and information about applicant eligibility.

The TCEQ is soliciting applications for:

  • Advanced Clean Energy projects
  • New Technology projects
  • Electricity Storage projects

 

Considerations

Applications must demonstrate a substantial implementation plan that:

  • maximizes the likelihood that the technology will be implemented in Texas as soon as practicable and
  • demonstrates the applicant's ability to operate and maintain the grant-funded technology for the duration of the contract, including the five-year reporting period.

 

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How do I apply for a grant?

Applicants for funding should first review the RFGA and the NTIG Guidelines before downloading and completing the application forms.

  • Download copies of the Guidelines and the RFGA, or call the TCEQ directly (512/239-4950) to obtain copies of these documents.
  • Review the Guidelines and RFGA to determine if your project is eligible for funding. If needed, contact the TCEQ’s NTIG staff to discuss your proposed project.

 

Once you have determined the type of project that you wish to propose, download and use the forms applicable for that project type. Follow these steps:

  • Download or obtain copies of the application forms.
  • Follow the directions for completing and submitting the application forms.
  • All forms should be typed. You should submit one signed original copy and one electronic copy to:

 

Via Regular Mail

Dan Robicheaux
Air Quality Division, MC 204
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087

 

Or via Express Mail

Dan Robicheaux
Air Quality Division, MC 204
12100 Park 35 Circle, Bldg. F
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Austin, TX 78753

 

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Reference Documents and Application Forms

Reference Documents:

 

Application Forms:

All applications must include a completed: 1. NTIG Application Form, 2. Budget, and 3. Narrative Application (depending on the project type).

Application TypeProject Type Form 
Narrative Advanced Clean Energy Projects only   Word file
Narrative New Technology Projects only Word file
Narrative Electricity Storage Projects only Word file
Project Application Form   All Projects Excel file
Budget All Projects Excel file

 

Please submit one paper copy of your application package as well as an electronic copy. Pay careful attention to the directions in the RFGA and application form 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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NTIG Workshop

The workshop was held at the TCEQ Campus on April 30, 2014.

 

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Contact Information:

Dan Robicheaux
800/919-TERP (8377)

 

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