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Original Equipment Manufacturers: Request for Information

The TCEQ offers the opportunity for engine and vehicle manufacturers to assist the TCEQ in compiling a list of new vehicles and engines eligible for funding under the Texas Natural Gas Vehicle Grant Program (TNGVGP).


How to Respond to the OEM Information Request

Interested entities should first review the Information Request Instructions before downloading and completing the Information Request Form.

Follow these steps:

Information Request Instructions : This document provides manufacturers of vehicles, engines, or conversion systems with instructions for completing the Information Request Forms.

TNGVGP Original Equipment Manufacturer Information Request Forms

New Chasis-Certified Vehicles (TCEQ-20609a): to be used for purpose-built new chassis-certified vehicles powered by CNG, LNG, or LPG and certified to the current federal emissions standard.
New Heavy-Duty Engines (TCEQ-20609b): to be used for purpose-built new heavy-duty engines powered by CNG, LNG, or LPG and certified by the EPA to the current federal emissions standard.
Chassis-Certified New Vehicle Conversion Systems (TCEQ-20609c): to be used for systems to convert a new chassis-certified vehicle after initial manufacture as part of a flow-through process before first sale of the new vehicle.
Existing Heavy-Duty Engine Conversion Systems Certified to Current Emission Standard (TCEQ-20609d): to be used for systems to convert an older existing an older existing heavy-duty compression ignition diesel engine to operate on an eligible fuel or a combination of the eligible fuel and diesel fuel (dual-fuel).
Chassis-Certified Vehicle Conversion System Not Certified to Current Federal Emission Standard (TCEQ-20609e): to be used for manufacturers of systems to convert an older existing chassis-certified vehicle under the repower category to submit information about the system.
Heavy-Duty Engine Conversion System Certified to Current Emissions Standard (TCEQ-20609f): to be used for manufacturers of systems to convert an older heavy-duty diesel or gasoline engine under the repower category, either by converting the existing engine on the vehicle or removing and replacing the engine with a converted engine, to submit information about the system.

Information Request Forms should be completed electronically and signed where indicated. Depending on the type of natural gas vehicle, engine, or conversion system being submitted for consideration, the respondent will choose from one of six Manufacturer Information Request Forms (TCEQ Forms 20609a-20609f). Forms may be submitted via mail, fax, email, or hand delivery as follows:

Regular Mail:
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Air Quality Division
Implementation Grants Section, MC-204 (TNGVGP)
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
Express Mail:
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Air Quality Division
Implementation Grants Section, MC-204 (TNGVGP)
12100 Park 35 Circle
Austin, TX 78753

Fax:

Please use a cover sheet and send to 512-239-0077, Attn: TNGVGP Info Request.

Email:

Please include the phrase "TNGVGP Info Request" in the subject line and send to terp@tceq.texas.gov.