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TERP Project Summary Reports and Publications

Project Summary Reports and Publications developed by the TERP program.
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TERP Project Summary Reports

Last Updated: October 2018

Click on one of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) programs below to view project lists and project summary reports through August 31, 2018. All documents are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF. (Help with Downloading Files.)

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TERP Biennial Report to the Texas Legislature

In accordance with Texas Health and Safety Code 386.057 Exit the TCEQ, the TCEQ is required to publish and submit to the Legislature a biennial report on the status of implementing the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan.

Read the TERP Biennial Report to the Texas Legislature (December 2016)

The TERP Biennial Report includes information on energy efficiency programs administered by the State Energy Conservation Office, the Public Utility Commission, and Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) at Texas A&M University. The estimated emissions reductions from those programs are calculated and reported by the ESL to the TCEQ. A link to the ESL website listing the latest TERP reports and other information prepared by the ESL is provided below.

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Texas Emissions Reduction Plan Guidelines

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.

Read the Guidelines for Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants

In accordance with Chapter 386, Subchapter D of the Texas Health and Safety Code, this guidance document explains the standards for SPRYP grants issued under the TERP program for projects to reduce emissions in and around seaports and rail yards in areas of the state that do not meet certain air quality standards established by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Read the Guidelines for Seaport and Rail Yard Areas Emissions Reduction Program (SPRYP)

These guidelines contain the criteria for grants under the New Technology Implementation Grant (NTIG) program, authorized under Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 391 (THSC 391), Subtitle C, Title 5. The primary objective of the program is to offset the incremental cost of emissions reductions from facilities and other stationary sources in Texas.

Read the Guidelines for New Technology Implementation Grant (NTIG) program

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