Carl Moyer Program: Statistics and Reports
Carl Moyer Program Statistics provide information about how Carl Moyer Program incentive funds have been spent over time including the types of projects funded, the number of engines replaced, and the calculated emission reductions. The Carl Moyer Program provides incentive grants to fund the incremental cost of cleaner-than-required engines, equipment, and other sources including infrastructure projects. The Carl Moyer Program is implemented as a partnership between the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the 35 local air districts. Local air districts administer Carl Moyer Program grants, select the projects to fund, and report that information to CARB via the Clean Air Reporting Log (CARL). The core principle of the program is to achieve cost-effective emission reductions that are real, surplus, quantifiable, and creditable to the State Implementation Plan. Covered pollutants include oxides of nitrogen (NOx), particulate matter (PM), and reactive organic gases (ROG). Click on the links below to access the Carl Moyer Program Statistics from the different years.
Carl Moyer Program Statistics
2021 Carl Moyer Program Statistics (Corrected 10/04/2023)
Previous program data is included on a rolling basis in the new reports.