National Clean Diesel Campaign - In 2009, EPA’s National Clean Diesel Campaign is distributing funding for clean diesel activities through two separate funding sources:
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) ($300 Million), and EPA’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2009 Appropriations.
An expedited process is currently underway for distribution of the Recovery Act funding. The distribution of the FY 2009 Funding will occur later this year.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA- Engineering Excellence through Hybrid Technology (Refer to Solicitation #EPA-OAR-OTAQ-08-09)
Available Funding- For fiscal year 2008, Congress appropriated funds for the first time under the Energy Policy Act (2005) to help reduce emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines. Through the National Clean Diesel Campaign, EPA will award grants to assist its eligible partners in building diesel emissions reduction programs across the country that improve air quality and protect public health. For fiscal year 2008, the amount of funding for this program is approximately $3.4 million.