The Department of Environmental Protection will now closed the application period for its Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant (AFIG) Program on September 9.
DEP’s program offers funding for innovative, advanced fuel and vehicle technology projects for cleaner alternative transportation within the Commonwealth.
The AFIG Program will assist school districts, municipal authorities, nonprofits, corporations, LLCs, and partnerships registered to do business in Pennsylvania in offsetting the costs of implementing alternative fuel using transportation projects. The Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program is funded by annual gross receipts tax on utilities.
DEP is offering grants in the following project categories:
— Vehicle Retrofit or Purchase – To offset the incremental cost of purchasing alternative fuel vehicles or retrofitting existing vehicles to operate on alternative fuels.
— Alternative Fuel Refueling Infrastructure – To assist in the costs to purchase and install refueling equipment for fleet or home-based refueling.
— Biofuel Use – To support a portion of the cost to purchase high content biofuels.
— Innovative Technology – To support research, training, development, and demonstration of new alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles.
Online Applications Only
Applications will only be accepted online through the eGrants System. Hardcopy applications will not be accepted.
Individuals are not eligible to apply for the AFIG program. The Alternative Fuel Rebate Program offers rebates to Pennsylvania residents to assist with the cost of purchasing an alternative fuel vehicle.For AFIG program guidelines, application instructions, and more information, visit DEP’s Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program webpage.