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Carl Moyer Program (Heavy-Duty Engines)

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
NEW! SCAQMD is Currently Soliciting Eligible Projects for the
Carl Moyer Program (CMP)
Under Program Announcement (PA) #2019-02 (PDF, 2.9MB).

SCAQMD Encourages Applicants to Apply Online Using the
Carl Moyer Online Application Program.  To Apply Online, Please Click Here.

To Submit Paper Applications for the Carl Moyer Program, Please Click Here.

NEW! Please Click Here for Additional Information on the Carl Moyer Program, Including Details on Funding Categories, Upcoming Workshop Dates, and More.

Introduction:
The purpose of the CMP is to obtain emission reductions of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Particulate Matter (PM10) and Reactive Organic Gases (ROG) from heavy-duty vehicles and other equipment operating in California as early and as cost-effectively as possible. The CMP provides financial incentives to assist in the purchase of cleaner-than-required engine and equipment technologies to achieve emission reductions that are real, surplus, quantifiable and enforceable. 

CMP funding is provided via two legislative bills, SB 1107 and AB 923.  SB 1107 provides approximately $61 million per year in statewide funding, and AB 923 permits air districts in designated non-attainment areas to collect an additional two dollars in vehicle registration fees to expend on programs to reduce emissions from vehicular sources and off-road equipment. A resolution approving such fees was adopted by the SCAQMD Board on December 3, 2004. 

The Carl Moyer Program fills a critical niche in California’s strategy to achieve clean air.  In the past 20 years, the CMP has provided $390 million in funding which has resulted in approximately 7,954 tons per year of NOx and over 232 tons per year of PM emission reductions throughout SCAQMD.

What's New
In June 2018, the California Governor approved SB 856 that allocates funds in support of the AB 617-Community Air Protection Program.  Under this bill, $245 million are allocated for financial incentives to reduce stationary and mobile source emissions.  The project types listed in the bill include: mobile sources (including projects eligible under the CMP) with zero emission priority, charging infrastructure, especially for medium and heavy-duty vehicles, stationary sources and other projects included in the AB 617 community emission reduction plans.  The SCAQMD anticipates the availability of SB 856 funds for this year’s CMP.

The SCAQMD also anticipates receiving additional funds from the Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program for eligible projects under this solicitation. 

AB 1274 (O’Donnell) was signed by the Governor in October 2017 and resulted in the postponement of smog checks on new vehicles from Years 6 to 8, starting on January 1, 2019.  A fee of $25 per year the vehicle is exempted from smog check will be charged by DMV, and the revenues from the fee will be directed to the CMP.  As a result of AB 1274, the funding for this year’s CMP to be administered by the SCAQMD was increased by about $4.3 million. 

Each project will be evaluated in accordance with the latest version of the Funding Guidelines for Agencies that Administer California Climate Investments established by the California Air Resources Board, including the CalEnviroScreen tool, to identify those projects that are located within a disadvantaged and/or low-income community.  To see if a particular community is within a disadvantaged or low income community, please visit:
https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/capandtrade/auctionproceeds/communityinvestments.htmLink to external website. 

Funding Categories:
Below are the specific project categories identified for funding under the SCAQMD 2019 CMP solicitation: 

For additional information on the Carl Moyer Program, please click here.

Useful Links and Resources:
CARB Rules
Website:
On-Road Private
http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onrdiesel/onrdiesel.htm Link to external website. 
Public/Utility Fleets
http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/publicfleets/publicfleets.htm Link to external website. 
In-Use Off-Road (CI)
http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/ordiesel/ordiesel.htm Link to external website. 
Harbor Craft
http://www.arb.ca.gov/ports/marinevess/harborcraft.htm Link to external website. 
Cargo Handling Equipment
http://www.arb.ca.gov/ports/cargo/cargo.htm Link to external website. 
Shore Power
http://www.arb.ca.gov/ports/shorepower/shorepower.htm Link to external website. 

Staff Contacts:

Project Category

Staff Contact

Phone Number

Email

On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicles

Victor Juan
Mei Wang

(909) 396-2374
(909) 396-3257

vjuan@aqmd.gov
mwang@aqmd.gov

Off-Road Equipment

Ping Gui
Walter Shen

(909) 396-3187
(909) 396-2487

pgui@aqmd.gov
wshen@aqmd.gov

Cargo Handling Equipment Electrification

Greg Ushijima

(909) 396-3301

gushijima@aqmd.gov

Marine Vessels

Ping Gui

(909) 396-3074

pgui@aqmd.gov

Shore Power

Greg Ushijima

(909) 396-3301

gushijima@aqmd.gov

Locomotives

Greg Ushijima
Walter Shen

(909) 396-3301
(909) 396-2487

gushijima@aqmd.gov
wshen@aqmd.gov

Infrastructure George Wu
Mei Wang
(909) 396-2533
(909) 396-3257
gwu@aqmd.gov
mwang@aqmd.gov


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