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Calif. HVIP Provides More Funds for San Joaquin Valley 'Green' Truck & Bus Fleets

June 11, 2012

SACRAMENTO, CA – The California Hybrid Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) will launch a new $1.9 million San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District HVIP “plus-up” project in July. The HVIP provides partial funding for truck and bus fleets that purchase and operate the vehicles in the State of California. The “plus-up” project will provide additional funding for HVIP vouchers for vehicles operating 100% of the time in the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District.

Although the program launches in July, fleets can take out HVIP vouchers now and receive the additional voucher funding as long as redemption occurs after July 15.

A list of current voucher amounts can be found on the HVIP site. The HVIP will announce year three funding details at the end of June.

SJVAPCD HVIP plus-up voucher funding for vehicles operating in the San Joaquin Valley

Category

SJVAPCD Plus-Up

Hybrid Vehicle

$15,000

Zero-Emission Vehicle (< 8,500 lbs)

$12,000

Zero-Emission Vehicle (< 8,500 lbs) manufactured in Valley

$18,000

Zero-Emission Vehicle (> 8,500 lbs)

$20,000

Zero-Emission Vehicle (> 8,500 lbs) manufactured in Valley

$30,000

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