Carl Moyer Program - State Reserve Solicitation
The State Reserve Solicitation for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023 (Moyer Year 25) will fund Moyer eligible on-road replacement projects through the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Moyer Program) On-Road Voucher Incentive Program (VIP).
At the November 2021 CARB Board Hearing, several board members expressed strong interest in further accelerating zero-emission vehicles and equity work in the Moyer Program for on-road heavy-duty vehicles. Through public meetings held in 2022, CARB staff hosted the 2022 Incentives Program Advisory Group (IPAG), led by Vice Chair Sandra Berg and Board members Davina Hurt and Gideon Kracov, that identified the need to provide greater support for small fleets and small businesses statewide, improve the environmental justice performance of the program, and accelerate zero-emission truck funding. The On-Road VIP provides small fleets with grant vouchers in a simple, streamlined, and speedy process and provides a mechanism of increased equity consideration. This would provide further support for the governor’s goals to transition California to 100 percent zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles by 2045 and by 2035 for drayage trucks according to the Governor’s Executive Order N-79-20.
CARB has approximately $13 million for State Reserve FY 2022-2023. All air districts are eligible to participate. Eligible projects are limited to on-road heavy-duty vehicle replacements going to zero-emission on-road heavy-duty vehicles through the On-Road VIP Guidelines. All projects must be eligible in accordance with the On-Road VIP Guidelines.
More information about the FY 2022-2023 State Reserve Solicitation and how air districts can apply for funding:
- Fiscal Year 2022-2023 (Moyer Year 25) State Reserve Project Solicitation
- State Reserve Application (Air Districts Only)
- Fiscal Year 2022-2023 (Moyer Year 25) Allocations - to be announced