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The Texas Clean School Bus (TCSB) Program is offering grants to replace or retrofit school buses in Texas

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is currently accepting applications for the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) TCSB. Approximately $6.2 million in grants is available state-wide for school districts, charter schools, and transportation systems provided by countywide school districts, to replace or retrofit school buses operating on a regular daily route to and from school.

Grants are available on a first-come, first-served basis to reimburse up to 80% of the cost to replace a school bus with a newer, cleaner model, and up to 100% of the cost to retrofit a school bus.

Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on December 17, 2020 or until all funding is awarded.

For more information on the grant program and to access up-to-date information on the application criteria and process, or to receive copies of the application forms, visit www.terpgrants.org 

TCEQ TERP Grant Programs and Opening Dates

FY 2020
FUNDING
OPENING
DATE
Diesel Emissions Reduction Incentive (ERIG)
Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants
$30.2MSummer of 2020
Texas Natural Gas Vehicle Grants Program (TNGVGP)$7.7MOpen now
Seaport & Rail Yard Areas Emissions Reduction Program (SPRY)$4.6MEarly 2020
Texas Clean Fleet Program (TCFP)$3.9MEarly Spring 2020
Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program (LDPLIP)$3.8MOpen now
Port Authorities Studies & Pilot Programs$500,000Winter 2019
Texas Clean School Bus Program (TCSB)$3.1MWinter 2019
Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP)$6MOpen now
New Technology Implementation Grant (NTIG)$2.3MSpring 2020
Governmental Alternative Fuel Fleet Grant Program (GAFF)$3MSpring 2020

Thank You for Submitting Your 2018 Alt Fuel Data!

Thank you

  • Capital Area Rural Transportation Services  
  • Electric Cab of North America
  • Austin Independent School District
  • AmpAmericas
  • City of Cedar Park
  • The University of Texas at Austin
  • Eanes Independent School District
  • Propane Council of Texas
  • City of Georgetown
  • City of Pflugerville
  • CNG4America
  • Leander Independent School District
  • Pinnacle Propane
  • City of Austin
  • TXDoT
  • Texas Gas Service
  • Travis County
  • Bastrop Independent School District
  • Austin Energy
  • Benchmark Landscaping
  • Schwan’s 
  • UPS

Here’s what the 2018 Transportation Technology Deployment Report Means for You

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.

Roush CleanTech Propane Autogas Fleet Vehicles for Sale in Central Texas

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.

View this PDF for pictures, description, and contact information.

Q: Which Central Texas landscaping company has used mower incentives through the Propane Council of Texas to grow the number of propane lawn mowers to 35 in its operation?

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.

Two propane mower incentives are available, one state and one national.  Find information here:  Propane Mower Incentives – fuelingtexas.com.  Contact Jackie Mason with questions.