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The 2024 Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles (CHDV) Grant Program is Now Open!

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On April 24th, 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the launch of the 2024 Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program to fund the replacement of non-zero-emission Class 6 and Class 7 heavy-duty vehicles with zero-emission vehicles. The EPA expects to offer up to $932 million in funding for high-quality applications that propose to serve communities across the country, particularly those overburdened by air pollution. At least $400 million will be used to fund projects in communities in air quality nonattainment areas.

Eligible applicants to the Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program include:

  1. States, including U.S. territories;
  2. Municipalities, including public school districts;
  3. Indian Tribes; and
  4. Nonprofit school transportation associations.

Vehicles eligible for replacement under the Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program include:

  • Class 6 and Class 7 school buses
  • Other non-school bus Class 6 and Class 7 vehicles, including (but not limited to):
  • Refuse Haulers/Dump Trucks
  • Class 6/7 Transit Buses
  • Delivery Trucks
  • Utility Trucks
  • Bucket Trucks
  • Other Box Trucks

Eligible activities and costs for the Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program include:

  • The incremental cost of replacing a non-zero-emission Class 6/7 heavy-duty vehicle with a Class 6/7 zero-emission vehicle.
  • The purchase and installation of fueling infrastructure that will support vehicles replaced under this program.
  • Driver/mechanic training related to the maintenance and operation of new vehicles and supporting fueling infrastructure, and vehicle warranties.
  • Costs directly related to the implementation, management, and oversight of the project, including recipient and subrecipient personnel and benefits, contractual services, consulting on vehicle deployments, travel, supplies, and indirect costs.

Applicants must submit all application materials by:

July 25, 2024, at 11:59 PM ET

Potential applicants without a or System for Award Management ( accounts are encouraged to initiate the registration process for each account as soon as possible since the registration process can take a month or more.

Register for the 4/30 Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program Information Session Webinar

The EPA will host a information session webinar on the Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program on Tuesday, April 30 from 3-4PM ET. During the webinar, the EPA will provide:

  • an overview of the CHDV Program
  • details of the CHDV Grant Program
  • an overview of the grant application and evaluation process, and
  • free resources for CHDV grant applicants

Register for the 4/30 Webinar

Sign up for the CHDV Email Listerv!

Find out more about the CHDV Program.