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Infrastructure Projects

Infrastructure project types include, but are not limited to, battery charging stations, alternative fueling stations, stationary agricultural station (pump electricification) and shore power (shore-side electrification).

Infrastructure Projects:

The 2017 update to the CMP Guidelines allow funding for infrastructure projects that enable the deployment of alternative, advanced, and cleaner technologies to support the State’s air quality goals. Specifically, projects that install fueling or energy infrastructure to fuel or power a “covered source” are now eligible for CMP funding consideration.  A “covered source” includes heavy-duty on-road vehicles, off-road non-recreational equipment and vehicles, locomotives, marine vessels, agricultural sources of air pollution, and other categories as determined by CARB and SCAQMD that are necessary for the state and air district to meet air quality goals. 

Infrastructure projects are not required to meet a cost-effectiveness limit, although projects will be selected on a competitive basis.  Applicants must provide a minimum of two bids from qualified installers for the infrastructure project as part of the application.  In addition, Applicants shall described the process used to solicit and select the final bid.  Applicants must also demonstrate that they either own the land on which the project will be located, or control it through a long-term lease, easement or other legal arrangement, for the duration of the project life.

Eligible infrastructure projects include, but are not limited to:

  • Battery charging stations: New, conversion of existing, and expansion to existing battery charging stations for heavy duty vehicles and equipment
  • Alternative Fuel Station: New, conversion of existing, or expansion of existing hydrogen or natural gas fueling station for heavy duty vehicles and equipment
  • Stationary Agricultural Station: Pump electrification
  • Shore Power: Shore-side electrification for projects not subject to CARB’s shore power regulation.Only a port authority, terminal operator, or marine vessel owner are eligible for this type of infrastructure project.

A vehicle or equipment project is not required to be submitted as a condition of eligibility for infrastructure funding.         

How to Apply:

NEW!  SCAQMD is no longer accepting applications for the Carl Moyer Program.  We encourage you to visit this site in early 2019 for updates and information on the Carl Moyer Program.

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For additional CMP information on Infrastructure projects, please contact project officer George Wu at (909) 396-2533 or email at: gwu@aqmd.gov.

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