Evaluating Bi-Directional Energy Transfers and Distributed Energy Resource Integration for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleet Electrification
Evaluating Bi-Directional Energy Transfers and Distributed Energy Resource Integration for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleet Electrification. Total funding is $22,000,000 with maximum awards of $3M-$4M, depending on group. The purpose of this solicitation is to fund technology demonstration and deployment (TD&D) research projects that enable and evaluate resilience, renewable integration, and cost management use cases for medium- and heavy-duty (MDHD) plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs).
Solar Energy Generating System (SEGS) VIII & IX Construction And VIII Demolition Projects. Total funding is $0, the selected DCBO Firm will be reimbursed. The DCBO will ensure that both SEGS’s Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) construction and demolition projects are completed on schedule and in accordance with all the conditions of certifications.
California Flexible Load Research and Deployment Hub. Total funding is $16,000,000 with maximum awards of $12M-$16M, depending on technology. This solicitation will fund the CalFlexHub to conduct electricity sector applied research and development and technology demonstration and deployment projects that increase the use and market adoption of advanced, interoperable, and flexible demand technologies and strategies as electric grid resources and facilitate integration of distributed energy resources.
2020-2021 Sustainable Communities Program Call for Applications. Total funding is TBA with maximum awards of $250K-$500K, depending on plan. The 2020/21 Sustainable Communities Program (SCP) will provide local jurisdictions and agencies with multiple opportunities to seek funding and resources to meet the needs of their communities, address recovery and resiliency strategies considering COVID-19, and support regional goals.
FY 2020 Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities. Total funding is $500,000,000 with maximum awards of $300K-$600K, depending on category. The 2018–2022 FEMA Strategic Plan provides a framework for supporting the United States before, during, and after disasters and improving the Agency’s execution of its fundamental mission of helping people.
California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) Exempt Facility Bond Financing Program. Total funding is $550,000,000 with maximum awards of $1.5M-$550M. The CPCFA Tax-Exempt Bond Financing Program provides private activity tax-exempt bond financing to California businesses for the acquisition, construction, or installation of qualified pollution control, waste disposal, waste recovery facilities, and the acquisition and installation of new equipment.
California Capital Access Program (CalCAP) – Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) Financing Program
California Capital Access Program (CalCAP) – Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVCS) Financing Program. Total funding is $2,000,000 with maximum loans of $500K with a maximum rebate of $75,000. Loans enrolled in the EVCS Financing Program can be used for the design, development, purchase, and installation of electric vehicle charging stations at small business locations in California.
Zero-Emission Class 8 Freight and Port Drayage Trucks Category. Total funding is $90,000,000 with maximum awards of $200K for equipment and $2.7M for fleets. This category is intended to support the expansion of zero-emission truck availability in the heaviest weight class that have typically relied on diesel technologies.
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Revolving Loan Fund. Total funding is $2,500,000 with an interest rate of 4.0%. The GHG Reduction Loan Program provides funds to support new or expanded organics infrastructure, such as composting and anaerobic digestion facilities, as well as for facilities that manufacture fiber, plastic or glass waste materials into beneficial products.
FY2021 Supporting Equitable Development and Environmental Justice in Brownfields Communities. Total funding is $600,000 with maximum awards of $600K. Grants awarded under this solicitation will help communities, organizations, government agencies, nonprofits, and individuals by providing technical assistance on the integration of environmental justice and equitable development when developing solutions to brownfields cleanup and revitalization challenges.