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Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP)

The Alternative Fueling Facilities Program provides grants for eligible alternative fuel fueling facility projects in the Clean Transportation Zone.

A Program of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP)

Currently Closed

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How to Apply

Please review the AFFP Request for Grant Applications (RFGA) for eligibility and other requirements. Applicants and/or projects that do not meet the AFFP eligibility requirements at the time of application submittal will not be considered for a grant.

  • Request for Grant Applications (RFGA): The RFGA is the formal announcement of funding opportunities under the AFFP, and serves as a guide for determining applicant and/or project eligibility.
  • Example Contract: The AFFP Example Contract contains the terms and conditions which are the legal criteria that an applicant must follow if awarded a grant under the AFFP.

To apply for funding, applicants must complete and submit a grant application. Applicants may only include one project site and one alternative fuel type per application submission. A combined CNG and LNG project may be submitted in one application. The AFFP application may be downloaded from the link below.

***Note: Forms below are for reference only. Program is closed.***

All applications for funding must be substantially complete and must be submitted within the required deadline. Submission of a grant application that is not substantially complete will disqualify the applicant from receiving a grant under this RFGA. A substantially complete application must include:

  • all pages of the application;
  • all required attachments;
  • applicant contact information;
  • all required signatures; and
  • all the information for TCEQ to score and rank the project according to the scoring criteria listed in the RFGA.

TCEQ requires applicants to complete the W-9 to certify their Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN). The W-9 Form must be submitted with the Application.

Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m CT, July 12, 2022.

We encourage you to submit your application via email to

Only one application may be submitted per email at a maximum file size of 25MB. If your application is larger than 25 MB, please submit via TCEQ’s file transfer protocol secure (FTPS) to (Read how to use the TCEQ's FTPS site ). Please use the following naming convention for your application file and in the subject line of the email: ‘FY22 AFFP’ and your legal name.

Applications may also be submitted by mail to one of the addresses below:

Standard Mail:
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Air Grants Division
Program Design and Coordination Section (AFFP), MC-204
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087

Express Mail
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Air Grants Division
Program Design and Coordination Section (AFFP), MC-204
12100 Park 35 Circle, Building F, 1st Floor, Suite 1301
Austin, TX 78753

For questions on obtaining the Request for Grant Applications, determining the eligibility of a project, or completing and submitting an application, please contact TERP staff at or 800-919-TERP (8377).