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Carl Moyer Program

Offroad ERP

STATUS: Application Period for the Carl Moyer Program will open on March 4, 2024.  

The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program) was established in 1998 to fund the incremental cost of cleaner-than-required heavy-duty engines. This program is named in honor of the late Dr. Carl Moyer, whose extraordinary dedication, hard work, vision, and leadership made this program possible. He created and masterminded this program, in a noble effort to unite business and government in the name of public interest to improve California's air quality.

The Sac Metro Air District receives funding from the ARB annually to implement the Carl Moyer Program. Air districts are required to fund projects according to the Carl Moyer Program guidelines, but they can also implement local restrictions suited to community needs. For this solicitation, the Sac Metro Air District has the following local restrictions:

  1. Applicants must have a physical address within Sacramento County.

  2. Funding is not available for leased vehicles or equipment.

  3. The Sac Metro Air District must be listed as a lien holder on vehicle replacement projects through the contract term.

  4. Agricultural funding is only available for Sacramento County based projects.

  5. Funding determinations are based on usage within the Sacramento Federal Nonattainment Area for ozone except for zero emission replacements which use total California usage.

  6. The Sac Metro Air District will not fund Light-Duty Vehicles, Heavy-Duty Vehicles, Locomotive Projects, or Residential Lawn and Garden Equipment Replacements under this application period. Future periods may include these options.

  7. Commercial Lawn and Garden Equipment Replacements are under a separate solicitation

  8. Applicants are required to deliver old equipment to Bar None Auctions in Sacramento – or another designated dismantler – to participate in this solicitation.

Subject to the local restrictions shown above, the Sac Metro Air District will accept applications for all projects described in the 2017 Revisions to the Carl Moyer Program Guidelines. Selection and review of the applications are described in the Project Selection and Funding section of the 2024 Community Air Quality Grant Application Manual.

Please ensure that your application includes the following documents scanned into PDF format to attach to your online application:

  1. Completed Online Incentive Application

  2. Vendor Payee Data Record W9 and ACH Forms with Cancelled Check or Bank Letter

  3. Cost Quote and Specifications for New Equipment

  4. For Off-Road Projects:

    1. Certificate of Compliance from California Air Resources Board (CARB) DOORS Database or evidence that it is not applicable

    2. Maintenance Records for off-road equipment showing service intervals and hour meter readings

    3. Photograph of the current operational hour meter reading per existing equipment

    4. Photograph of the current Engine Control Label tag showing the Engine Family Number

Current Grant Solicitation

Status: Closed

 

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