Diesel Emissions Reduction Incentive (ERIG)
Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants
$30.2M Summer of 2020 Texas Natural Gas Vehicle Grants Program (TNGVGP) $7.7M Open now Seaport & Rail Yard Areas Emissions Reduction Program (SPRY) $4.6M Early 2020 Texas Clean Fleet Program (TCFP) $3.9M Early Spring 2020 Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program (LDPLIP) $3.8M Open now Port Authorities Studies & Pilot Programs $500,000 Winter 2019 Texas Clean School Bus Program (TCSB) $3.1M Winter 2019 Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP) $6M Open now New Technology Implementation Grant (NTIG) $2.3M Spring 2020 Governmental Alternative Fuel Fleet Grant Program (GAFF) $3M Spring 2020
We need your alt fuel data from 2018 – either the amount of fuel used or miles driven!
Our numbers will be combined with national data to produce the report on the right. DOE is counting on us to present an accurate picture of our alt fuel efforts in Central Texas! If you’ve been contacted, please reply before March 15th.
Two propane autogas box trucks and three propane autogas F-150 pickups are being liquidated due to family illness. All vehicles are in excellent mechanical condition because they were maintained by a Riata Ford Roush technician. Riata is the local Roush-certified dealer.
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Answer: Benchmark Landscapes! Owner Casey Vickrey says “with the environmental benefits and the added benefit of the lower cost of propane – propane lawn mowers are a ‘win-win’.” Benchmark also uses propane mowers in its San Antonio and New Braunfels operations.
– 4,642 out of 5,716 units were alternatively fueled-
– 98% of the new vehicles purchased were alternative fuel or hybrid
– 67% of the fuel purchased this year is alternative fuel