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TCEQ’s Texas Emissions Reduction Plan now accepting applications for AFFP grant

Grants available in Texas Clean Transportation Zone areas for alternative fueling infrastructure

Contact: Laura Lopez

Phone: 512-239-5000

After Hrs: 512-239-5000

Administered by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan is now accepting applications for the Alternative Fueling Facilities Program. A total of $12 million in grant funding is available to construct or reconstruct fueling facilities that provide natural gas, electric charging, and other alternative fuels within the Clean Transportation Zone. At least $4 million of the available grant funding is reserved for small businesses.

AFFP grants may reimburse up to $400,000 for a compressed natural gas or liquified natural gas project, $600,000 for a project combining CNG and LNG, or 50% of the total eligible project cost (with a maximum of $600,000) for fuels other than natural gas such as electricity.

Applications will be accepted and considered on a competitive basis until 5 p.m. on March 22, 2024, with priority going to facilities that will be open to the public.

Application forms are available on the AFFP webpage.

For more information, contact TERP toll-free at 800-919-TERP (8377) or by email at

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