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FY17 Oklahoma Clean Diesel Grant Program

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is soliciting proposals for projects that reduce emissions from and improve fuel efficiency of diesel engines. $566,018 of grant money is available through this EPA-sponsored program.

Potential projects include verified idle reduction technologies and the replacement of diesel vehicles and buses throughout Oklahoma. Eligible vehicles may include school buses, municipal fleet vehicles (city buses, refuse vehicles, etc.), and some commercial transportation vehicles. The grant funds will be for the purchase and installation of verified idle reduction technologies, EPA- or CARB-certified vehicle replacements, and/or all-electric vehicle replacements.

While projects from the entire state will be accepted, special consideration will be given to projects in counties that are in potential non-attainment of NAAQS, counties with toxic air pollutant concerns as identified from NATA data, and counties containing Federal Class I areas. Priority will be given to projects that will result in a decrease in emissions from school buses.

The application deadline closed on January 19, 2018

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FY17 Oklahoma Clean Diesel Grant Program Recipients

Page last updated: July 26, 2018


FY17 Oklahoma Clean Diesel Grant Program

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