One of the main objectives of the Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition is to make our stakeholders aware of state and federal funding opportunities, grants, and incentives. Our goal is to be an informative resource to assist you in facilitating your alternative fuel projects.
Thinking of applying for a grant? Contact us first, and we will help review your application.
• State of Oklahoma Incentives and Laws – Including tax credits of up to 45% of the incremental cost of AFVs, and up to 75% on fueling infrastructure.
Important notes regarding Oklahoma’s Alternative Fuel Incentives:
- Electric Vehicle Charging equipment must be “metered for fee” to be eligible for the tax credit. However, under Oklahoma Corporation Commission rules, only electric utilities are allowed to sell electricity. Please read the regulations carefully and consult an attorney before planning to utilize this credit for an EV charging project.
- Due to state budget shortfalls, the state tax credits may be amended in the 2018 legislative session. Though Oklahoma State Statute 68-2357.22 indicates these credits are available through 2020, there has been talk of retroactively amending the credit to January 1, 2018. Thus, we will not know the status of the credit until the end of the Oklahoma legislative session on May 31, 2018. Alternative fuel stations should be operational by December 31, 2017 to guarantee access to this credit.
Latest Funding News
- The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality released their draft plan on the state’s approximately $21 million Volkswagen Settlement fund this morning. The following categories of projects are listed as eligible to apply for these funds: Class 8 Local Freight Trucks and Port Drayage Class 4-8 School, Shuttle, or Transit Bus …Read More »
- Yesterday, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) published a Notice of Funding Opportunity for states, cities, and other agencies to compete for $60 million in Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Program (ATCMTD) grants to fund new technologies that improve transportation efficiency and safety. FHWA is interested in projects that …Read More »
- The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is pleased to announce the availability of $566,018 of grant money towards reducing diesel emissions in the state. A reduction in diesel emissions will help Oklahoma achieve and maintain health-based air pollution standards and reduce risk from toxic air pollutants. DEQ has issued …Read More »
- Need help paying for that new school bus or upgrade? EPA is offering an opportunity to receive up to $25,000 per vehicle to replace your older school buses, and up to $6,000 per vehicle for retrofits. Older school buses without retrofits emit significant amounts of harmful exhaust, so participating in this program will …Read More »
- $240,000 Available to Local Towns, Cities, Counties and School Districts Funding Available for Alternative Fuel Vehicles, Infrastructure, and Idle Reduction INCOG and Tulsa Area Clean Cities (TACC) have released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for local transportation projects improving air quality and reducing the use of gasoline and diesel. The …Read More »
Helpful Websites and Contacts
• The Oklahoma Recovery & Reinvestment Website provides descriptions, links, and funding levels for projects in the State of Oklahoma.
• Recovery.Gov includes timelines, descriptions, and funding levels for Recovery Act projects sorted by state, category, or agency.
• Access the U.S. Department of Energy Funding Opportunities for the latest information on funding opportunities available to Clean Cities coalitions and stakeholders.
• Email the Center for Economic and Environmental Partnership to request their Monthly Summary of Open Solicitations.
For more detailed information, please consult a qualified tax representative and/or official Tax Commission publications.