This is a competitive grant solicitation. The California Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program (formerly known as the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program) announces the availability of up to $115.7 million in grant funds, subject to future appropriations and Clean Transportation Program Investment Plan funding allocations, for hydrogen refueling infrastructure projects that will expand California’s early commercial light duty hydrogen refueling and fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) markets and to accommodate the projected FCEV roll-out in 2021-2024. Of the up-to amount, $45.7 million is currently available.
This solicitation encourages projects with fueling agreements with fleets of commercial vehicles and transit buses to increase station throughput and to aid in the transition of California’s commercial vehicle and bus fleets to a zero-emission alternative. The network of hydrogen refueling stations, hydrogen fuel supply, and the use of FCEVs will support California’s air quality improvement and climate change goals. Hydrogen is one of the alternative fuels that contributes to reducing the carbon intensity (CI) of transportation fuels.
- WebEx Recording - Workshop #1 - YouTube Video
- WebEx Recording - Hydrogen Safety Panel, Nick Barilo - YouTube Video
- WebEx Recording - Workshop #2 - YouTube Video
- WebEx Recording - Workshop #3 - YouTube Video
- Hydrogen Safety Panel Workshop Attendee Lists (See solicitation files)
- Pre-Application Workshop 1 Attendee list (See solicitation files)
- Pre-Application Workshop 2 Attendee list (See solicitation files)
- Pre-Application Workshop 3 Attendee list (See solicitation files)
- Presentation - Pre-Application Workshop #1 (See solicitation files)
- Presentation - Pre-Application Workshop #2 - PDF (See solicitation files)
- Presentation - Pre-Application Workshop #3 - PDF (See solicitation files)
- Addendum 1 - The purpose of this addendum is to make revisions to the Solicitation Manual (See solicitation files)