Alaska Runs on Propane
Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA)
Contact: Cindy James
(360) 407-6568 (877) 623-2322
EPA grants are now available to reduce emissions from diesel engines in Region 10 (Alaska, Oregon and Washington). Grants are prioritized for diesel engine fleets in areas facing air quality challenges. Eligible applicants include regional, state, local or tribal agencies, or port authorities with jurisdiction over transportation or air quality
The EPA will accept proposals requesting up to $1,000,000 in grant funds.
VW Beneficiary Mitigation Plan
Solicitation of request for applications will occur February 2019 and the second in fall 2019
Contact: Betsy McGregor
Alaska Energy Association will distributed their allocated funds to school bus replacement, public transportation bus replacement, and replacement of diesel engines used for prime power
$8.125 million to the state of Alaska to replacing class 8 local freight trucks, class 4-8 buses, shuttle buses, or transit buses, airport ground support equipment, and forklifts
Power Project Loan Fund
Term is related to the life of the project
Contact: Cady Lister
Alaska Energy Association provides loans to local utilities, local governments or independent power producers for the development or upgrade of power facilities. These loans may be used as mandatory cost-share for DERA projects to repower or replace diesel engines or gensets in diesel powerhouses.
Alaska Energy Association provides loans to local utilities, local governments or independent power producers for the development or upgrade of power facilities.
Alaska Propane Autogas Fueling Stations
629 W. Hillsdale, Lansing, MI 48933