Community Air Protection Incentives Project Dashboard
This tool provides information about how incentives—which are funds used to bring about early compliance with regulations to reduce emissions--are bringing meaningful benefits to AB 617 communities and statewide. About 94% of program funds have been spent in disadvantaged and low-income communities across the State, with about 40% spent in AB 617 communities. The Dashboard is based on semiannual updates reported to California Climate Investments and is provided in addition to published program status reports. The dashboard is a work in progress and will be updated and enhanced over time. Please help us improve by providing feedback.
CAP Incentives Program Funding
The CAP incentives program began in 2017 and is funded with Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund money from Cap-and-Trade auction proceeds as per the California Climate Investments Funding Guidelines. CAP incentives implementation is a shared effort between the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the air districts, and local communities. CARB provides program guidance and oversight and the air districts work in close consultation with the Community Steering Committees to select and implement the projects that are funded. The Community Air Protection Incentives Guidelines (CAP Guidelines), adopted in 2019, provide project eligibility criteria as well as implementation and reporting requirements. CAP incentives also fund mobile source and infrastructure projects through the Carl Moyer and the Proposition 1B Programs.