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Great Basin - Grant and Incentive Programs

The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD) is partnering with the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District (GBUAPCD) to administer the Carl Moyer Program. This program will provide incentive funds for implementation of new reduced emission technology. Funds are provided on a first come, first serve basis. Applicants must obtain approval and have a signed, executed contract from the SJVAPCD prior to purchase and installation of an engine/vehicle. Any engine/vehicle purchased and installed prior to contract execution is ineligible. Please note that the Carl Moyer Program is not a rebate program.

Eligible funding categories include heavy-duty on-road vehicles, off-road vehicles, and stationary agricultural irrigation pump engines. Except for agricultural engines that pump irrigation water, only self-propelled vehicles are eligible for funding. All other stationary and "mobile" engines/equipment are ineligible.

Applications will only be accepted during the application period. For additional information or to order an application packet, please call the Grant Hotline at (559) 230-5858.

Applications Accepted Until Funds Are Exhausted
Program Components:
  • Forklift: This component provides incentives for new electric forklift purchases, up to 30% of cost, and large spark ignited forklift retrofits, up to 100% of the cost.
  • Off-Road Vehicle: This component provides incentives for engine replacement (repower) or retrofit of off-road self-propelled vehicles such as tractors, backhoes, excavators, etc. The maximum funding amounts are: Tier 1 Repower 75%; Tier 2 Repower 80%; Tier 3, Interim Tier 4 or Tier 4 Repowers 85%; and Retrofits 100%.

  • Stationary Agricultural Irrigation Pump Engine: This component provides incentives for engine replacement (repower) or new electric motor purchase of engines/motors used to power agricultural irrigation pumps. For diesel to diesel repower projects the maximum eligible incentive amount is based on the horsepower of the new diesel engine. Funding is capped at the following horsepower levels for each new engine, not to exceed 85% of eligible costs: $140/hp for 26-99 hp; $120/hp for 100-125 hp; $100/hp for 126-150 hp; and $90/hp for 151-749 hp. For diesel engine to electric motor repower and new electric motor purchase projects the maximum eligible incentive amount is based on the horsepower of the new electric motor. Funding is capped at the following horsepower levels for each new electric motor, not to exceed 85% of eligible costs for repower projects and 20% of eligible costs for new motor purchase projects: $150/hp for 26-99 hp; $130/hp for 100-199 hp; $140/hp for 200-499 hp; and $150/hp for 500-600 hp.
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