社區健康保護補助計畫

Updated 5/19/2022

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New 5/17/2022

Announcement:

The Community Air Protection Program closed on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, and is not accepting new applications. Complete applications that were submitted prior to midnight (Pacific Daylight Time) on May 18 will be evaluated for eligibility

The next funding cycle is anticipated to begin accepting new applications when the program opens in Summer 2022. Please check back for program updates that will be posted online in advance of the program reopening. 

Updated 5/19/2022

Community Air Protection Grant - Incentives

Community Air Protection Grant Application Portal (Carl Moyer Application Portal)
The online application portal is currently not accepting new applications. Applicants who submitted applications prior to May 18 can continue to access their application through the portal
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New 5/16/2022

Closed: Community Air Protection Program Year 3 Grants

Community Health Protection Program

Program Year 3 - In 2019, AB 74 committed an additional $245 million in funds to be used for incentives that reduce emissions from both mobile and stationary sources. The Air District was awarded about $28 million of these funds for Bay Area projects. Similar to Program Year 2, mobile source projects must follow the Carl Moyer Program or Proposition 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program guidelines. Funding was available for stationary source projects as defined by the CARB Community Air Protection Grant Program guidelines and other programs/projects consistent with the actions identified in the applicable AB 617 community emission reduction program. 

The Carl Moyer Program is a partnership between CARB and local air districts that provides air quality benefits by replacing old, high-polluting vehicles and equipment ahead of regulatory requirements, or beyond those requirements, by paying for the incremental cost of cleaner replacements. Since 1998, Moyer Program grants have enabled fleet turnover beyond regulatory requirements by retrofitting, repowering, or replacing high-pollution engines and vehicles. More information can be found on the Air District’s Carl Moyer Program and Proposition 1B Goods Movement Program web pages.

Program Year 2 - In 2018, SB 856 appropriated an additional $245 million in incentives to reduce emissions from both mobile and stationary sources. The Air District was awarded and has allocated $40 million of these funds for Bay Area projects. Mobile sources will follow the Carl Moyer Program and Proposition 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program guidelines similar to Program Year 1. 

Program Year 1 - In September 2017, before the Community Air Protection Program was developed, the governor and legislature established an early action component to AB 617 that would use existing incentive programs to get immediate emission reductions in the communities most affected by air pollution. AB 134 appropriated $250 million from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund to reduce mobile source emissions (including criteria pollutants, toxic air contaminants, and greenhouse gases) in those communities. The Bay Area was awarded and has allocated $50 million of these funds for emission reduction projects under the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program, and under the Proposition 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program.

Bay Area Community Air Protection program survey: The Air District is seeking input on air pollution sources in Bay Area communities. Your input will inform our outreach efforts and will help us identify new projects to improve air quality in the Bay Area. We appreciate your help in completing this 10-minute survey.

Program Year 3 Project Eligibility and Evaluation

The information below is for the third year of program funding. The program has been expanded to other communities and project types in future funding cycles.

Year 3 Community Air Protection Program projects for mobile sources will primarily follow the requirements of the Carl Moyer Program and Prop 1B Program (for truck projects) with the following exceptions:

  • Community participation will be relied on to inform program outreach and identify new projects.
  • Focus must be on the cleanest technologies available.
  • Projects will be evaluated using the CARB Community Air Protection guidelines adopted in May 2019.
  • Projects must be contracted by June 2021 and funds paid out by June 2025.
  • Priority is given to projects that reduce emissions in the following impacted communities – AB 617 communities and communities for future AB 617 consideration.
    • West Oakland
    • Richmond-San Pablo
    • East Oakland/ San Leandro
    • Eastern San Francisco
    • Pittsburg-Bay Point area
    • San Jose
    • Tri-Valley area
    • Vallejo

Information regarding new funding opportunities for stationary source projects and other programs/projects consistent with the actions identified in the applicable AB 617 community emission reduction program will be added to this website as it becomes available.

Applicants may not apply for grant funding for projects that are required by law or by a contract or agreement. More information and additional requirements can be found in the CARB Community Air Protection Program and Carl Moyer Program guidelines.

Community Air Protection Program funding was offered on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds were spent. Applications must have been complete to be considered for funding. Completed projects will continue to be evaluated by Air District staff for eligibility then brought to the Air District’s Mobile Source Committee and Board for consideration on a monthly basis. See the latest agenda for the Air District’s Mobile Source Committee for the current list of projects being considered. Contact staff for additional information about these projects or the application and evaluation process. Additionally, public comment can be made at the Air District’s Mobile Source Committee meeting or Board meetings.

Project Types

The next funding cycle will offer funding for the following project types:

  • Equipment/Vehicle replacement – replace an old vehicle or piece of equipment with the cleanest available vehicle or equipment.
  • Engine replacement (repower) – replace an old engine with a new, emission-certified engine.
  • Power system conversion – convert existing equipment to operate on electric or hybrid power.
  • Battery charging and fueling infrastructure – as part of an equipment project, install infrastructure to charge or fuel new, funded equipment.
  • Coming soon! Stationary source projects and projects/programs identified through the AB 617 process.

Zero-emissions projects were highly encouraged. Diesel- to- diesel replacements of on-road vehicles are no longer eligible for funding. Public or private entities that own a variety of equipment types were encouraged to apply in each category, particularly if fueling or charging infrastructure will be included in the application.

Eligible Equipment

Visit the following pages for more information on equipment-specific funding opportunities:

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Last Updated: 2022/5/19