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The Goods Movement Program aims to reduce air pollution from equipment primarily used in moving freight and commercial goods along California’s major trade routes.
The Air District is not currently accepting Cargo Handling Equipment and Transportation Refrigeration Unit (TRU) applications for the Year 5 Program.
We anticipate re-opening solicitation for applications in early 2017. Those interested in applying for a grant in these equipment categories are encouraged to contact our staff for information or assistance to prepare their proposal for the next solicitation period. Owners of eligible diesel-fueled equipment are invited to participate in this program. Equipment must operate at rail yards, ports, or freight facilities in the four major trade corridors of California.
For Year 5, the first project solicitation for these equipment categories closed on April 15, 2016. The Air District received and accepted one proposal in each category and these two proposals will be evaluated for funding.
The Air District has posted the Year 5 preliminary ranklist for the first solicitation period for Cargo Handling Equipment and Transportation Refrigeration Units (TRU).
Equipment shown on the preliminary ranklist has met basic eligibility criteria for the program. However, appearance on the ranklist does not guarantee that equipment will receive funding.
Selection for funding is contingent upon a full evaluation to determine if a project meets all program requirements, including passing pre-inspection, successful completion of CARB’s Proposition 1B compliance check, and availability of program funds. Compliant and eligible projects that are ranked above the funding line (meaning, the point at which funds are exhausted) will be evaluated for contracting in the order of ranking. At their own risk, owners of equipment shown on this preliminary ranklist are allowed to place orders for replacement equipment; however, the Air District will not allocate funding to proposed projects until the equipment owner fully executes a grant agreement under the terms and conditions of the program.
Through late 2016, Air District staff will contact applicants with eligible and compliant equipment on the ranklist to inspect and contract projects.
The following projects are eligible for funding under this program:
The following eligibility criteria must be met by the existing diesel equipment for consideration:
The Air District is not currently accepting ships-at-berth applications for the Year 5 Program. We anticipate re-opening solicitation for applications in early 2017. Those interested in applying for a grant in this equipment category are encouraged to contact our staff for information or assistance to prepare their proposal for the next solicitation period.
For Year 5, the first ships-at-berth project solicitation closed on April 15, 2016. The Air District received and accepted one proposal in this category and this proposal will be evaluated for funding.
Projects must be cost effective – as applicable, only projects meeting the minimum cost-effectiveness formulas will be considered for funding (see fact sheet(275 Kb PDF, 9 pgs) for details).
Incentive funds cannot be used to fund equipment or infrastructure projects already subject to regulatory compliance deadlines including state, federal, or local laws and regulations, judicial orders or agreements, memoranda of understanding, contracts, or other binding obligations that require the implementation of any portion of the project.
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Last Updated: 1/21/2016