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(This is page 10 of Table 2) 40 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes California California Air Air quality, Funding for purchase California Alternative and Vouchers Applications Vehicles must Resources emissions of hybrid busses and Renewable Fuel, Vehicle continuous on operate in state Board trucks Technology, Clean Air, and $10,000$45,000 first come, for three years (CARB) Carbon Reduction Act of voucher amounts first-served Hybrid Truck Eligible applicants-- 2007 (Assembly Bill (AB) (based on vehicle basis Prior approval of and Bus Fleet owners and 118, Statutes of 2007, weight), bonus for state required for Voucher operators in California Chapter 750), CARB certification Purchase sale Incentive and first vehicle in eligible vehicle Limit of 100 vehicles http://www.californiahvip. fleet from qualified Program per fleet (HVIP) org/ dealer Vouchers cover 1/2 http://www.californiahvip. of incremental cost Dealer submits org/docs/HVIP_Implementa of hybrid vehicle voucher tionManual.pdf over conventional application California CARB Zero Air quality, Rebate program for California Alternative and Rebates Applications Program Emission and emissions purchase or lease of Renewable Fuel, Vehicle continuous on administrator Plug-In qualifying plug-in Technology, Clean Air, and Up to $5,000 rebate first-come reserves funds Hybrid Light hybrid or zero Carbon Reduction Act of for zero emission or first-serve upon receipt of Duty Vehicle emission vehicles 2007 (AB 118, Statutes of plug-in light duty basis application (Clean 2007, Chapter 750) vehicles Vehicle Battery, fuel cell, or Applications Full documentation plug-in hybrid electric http://www.arb.ca.gov/ Rebate amount filed at any of purchase must Rebate limited to 10% of Project) vehicles msprog/aqip/cvrp.htm time during be submitted MSRP or ˝ purchase or within 14 days of Zero emission www.cvrp.energycenter.org incremental cost of lease application motorcycles zero emission transaction http://www.arb.ca.gov/ technology Purchased vehicles Electric neighborhood msprog/aqip/cvrp/final_ Administered must be kept a vehicles manual.pdf Maximum rebate-- by California minimum three $20,000 Center for years Vehicles must be new Stella Ling-Taylor (916) and purchased on 322-6369; Rebate can be Sustainable Energy Minimum lease March 15 or later firstname.lastname@example.org combined with other term three years incentives, but (CCSE) Eligible applicants-- Johanna Levine (916) 324- combined incentives Minimum warranty Individuals, 6971; email@example.com. Applications cannot exceed total processed on- requirements (vary businesses, public incremental cost by vehicle type) agencies and entities, line at and nonprofits www.cvrp.ene For commercial rgycenter.org vehicles, annual (site includes usage surveys information on required for three eligible years vehicles) (Table 2 continued on the next page)
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(This is page 11 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Emission reductions cannot be marketed as credits or used to comply with regulatory or permitting requirements Projects subject to review and audit by CARB California CARB Hybrid Air quality, California Alternative and New program, Off-road emissions Renewable Fuel, Vehicle details not Equipment Technology, Clean Air, and available Pilot Program Carbon Reduction Act of 2007 (AB 118, Statutes of 2007, Chapter 750) Joe Calavita (916) 445- 4586; firstname.lastname@example.org California California Emissions, Low interest bond Low interest loan Federal Davis Alternative energy financing to promote program. Reduced Bacon prevailing Energy and use of alternative Heather Williams rates achieved wage rate Advanced energy and energy (916) 651-8157; through issuance of requirements must Transporta- efficiency email@example.com tax credit bonds-- be followed tion Financing providing bondholder Authority Eligible projects with an interest (CAEATFA) include: subsidy on federal tax Qualified · Capital projects to liability Energy reduce energy Conservation CAEATFA acts as consumption in conduit for Bonds public buildings by applications and for 20% loan funds · Mass commuting facilities that reduce consumption of energy · Demonstration projects promoting green building 41 technology (Table 2 continued on the next page)
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(This is page 12 of Table 2) 42 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Eligible applicants-- municipalities and counties with at least 100,000 population California Office of Historic, Funds to preserve sites California Clean Water, Grant program Link to list of Historic cultural demonstrating: Clean Air, Safe past projects Preservation resources Neighborhood Parks, and (with access to · Significant aspects of Coastal Protection Act of project California California life, 2002 (Proposition 40) contacts) Heritage Fund including available at transportation http://ohp.parks.ca.gov/ second listed · California industrial, pages/1074/files/state.pdf URL commercial, and http://www.library.ca.gov/ military history grants/cche/ http://ohp.parks.ca.gov/ pages/1074/files/state.pdf California California Watershed Projects that protect or The Safe Drinking Water, Grant program September Projects may be Link to grant Natural preservation, restore rivers, lakes, Water Quality and Supply, 13-- subject to data base Resources restoration streams, and their Flood Control, River and Information on state Applications environmental available at Agency, watersheds Coast Protection Bond Act and local shares not due review under first listed Sierra Nevada of 2006 on November 7, included, but CEQA and NEPA URL Conservancy Grants given for site 2006 (Proposition 84) leveraging of state March-- (SNC) acquisition/improve- funds identified as a Applications Projects must be ment and for planning http://www.sierranevadaco performance measure awarded completed and Proposition of those projects nservancy.ca.gov/grants. invoiced within 3 84 Grants html Pre- years of award of Program Eligible applicants-- applications grant Local or state agencies, http://www.sierranevada. recommended public universities, ca.gov/docs/FY10- SNJC may require Indian tribes, 501(c)(3) 11_GrantGuidelines.pdf One original, public nonprofits two paper acknowledgment http://www.sierranevada. copies (bound) of grant through ca.gov/docs/dev_res_agmt. and one signage pdf electronic copy required Periodic progress Lisa Forma (530)823- reports and final 4688; report firstname.lastname@example.org. gov Comply with state prevailing wage law on "public works" project (Table 2 continued on the next page)
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(This is page 13 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Maintain and operate project for at least 10 years 10% of payment requests withheld by SNC as final payment Recordkeeping, accounting and audit requirements California Recycling Waste Projects to provide Public Resources Code Grants April 1-- Competitive bids Program is not Division recycling convenient beverage (PRC), Division 12.1, Solicitation for for purchases currently recycling opportunities Chapter 7, concept funded Beverage in California Section 14581(a)(6). packages Record keeping Container released and audit Link to list of Recycling Eligible applicants-- http://www.calrecycle.ca. prior grants Grants All types of individuals gov/BevContainer/Grants/ May 16-- Payment requests available at and entities, including BevContainer/08_09Solicit. Concept at 30-day intervals second listed local governments pdf packages due or longer URL http://www.calrecycle.ca. June 20-- Periodic and final gov/BevContainer/Grants/ Invitation to reports, including BevContainer/default.htm develop full volume of recycled Phase 2 material achieved http://www.calrecycle.ca. packages gov/BevContainer/Grants/ Various state and BevContainer/QandA.pdf August 15-- federal Phase 2 requirements for packages due grants Two step process: 1. Submit concept package 2. Division invites Phase 2 full applications after reviewing concept packages 43 (Table 2 continued on the next page)
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(This is page 14 of Table 2) 44 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes A waste assessment or audit is recommended before submitting concept package California State Water Water Projects to control http://www.waterboards.ca. State share--75% November 9-- Project must be Water Board Resources quality activities that reduce gov/water_issues/programs maximum Solicitation completed in three establishes Control beneficial use of state /grants_loans/319h/index. notice years priorities for Board, waters and to reduce shtml#ref Two step application each water Federal 319 discharge of pollutants process: December 7-- Grants paid out on shed in state program http://www.waterboards.ca. Concept reimbursement annually Eligible projects: gov/water_issues/programs 1. Concept proposal proposals due basis--no advance /grants_loans/319h/docs/ 2. Full proposals funding · reduce pollutant load 2008_319h_faqs.pdf January 22-- in impaired waters; Concept proposals Invitations for Only work done http://www.waterboards.ca. submitted on-line full proposals during term of · are part of watershed gov/water_issues/programs grant is eligible through State Water plans; and /grants_loans/319h/docs/ March 3--Full Board FAAST system 2008/2010guidance.pdf proposals due · must ensure (https://faast.waterboa continued operation Patricia Leary 916 341- rds.ca.gov/) May--State and maintenance of 5167; water board Full proposals proper management email@example.com. approves grants submitted by practices gov invitation following June--Grant Activities required Melenee Emanuel 916 341- ranking of concept agreement under a NPDES permit 5271; proposals executed are ineligible memanuel@waterboards. Eligible applicants-- ca.gov State and local government agencies, Indian tribes California State Water Water Projects for: Clean Water Act Pub. L. Low interest loans Continuous 20-year term Resources quality 92-500 application Control Board · Sewers Interest rate--˝ 30-year term for Clean Water http://www.waterboards.ca. current GO bond rate Complete small · Wastewater gov/water_issues/programs FAAST disadvantaged State Revolving treatment /grants_loans/srf/index.shtml $50 million maximum process communities per agency per year Fund · Storm water http://www.waterboards.ca. Apply for loan Repayment begins Financing treatment gov/water_issues/programs with Financial one year after loan (Table 2 continued on the next page)