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Incentives and Tools
Clean Cities Stakeholders are eligible for assistance with grants that can fund:
  • Refueling infrastructure for alternative fuels
  • Incremental cost of dedicated alternative fuel vehicles
  • Education and outreach workshops
  • Alamo Area Clean Cities has the ability to bring together the right groups to be competitive for grants and other funding opportunities

For more information regarding Incentives and Laws, click here.

Clean Cities has a collection of tools, database searches, calculators, and interactive maps available to drivers and fleets. To access the complete collection of tools, click here.  

Texas River Cities Infrastructure Readiness Plan
To read the Texas River Cities Plug-In Electric Vehicle Initiative Regional Plan and Final Report, click here.

Alternative Fueling Station Locator
To find an alternative fueling station near you, click here.

Tools for Drivers
This tool uses basic information about your driving habits to calculate total cost of ownership and emissions for makes and models of most vehicles, including alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles.

TCEQ Announces New Round of Grants for Alternative Fuel
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced today that up to $17.7 million in grants is being made available to individuals, businesses, and governmental entities to continue the development of a network of alternative fueling stations. Read on...
Funding Available - Texas Clean School Bus Program is Accepting Grant Applications
TCEQ is now accepting applications for the Texas Clean School Bus Program. Funding may be available for school districts installing emission reduction technologies such as diesel particulate filters, diesel oxidation catalysts, and crankcase filters. More info...
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