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Heather Brutz

Sr. Program Manager

Varsity Research Building 1219

Grants

Date: 04/01/22 - 3/31/24
Amount: $17,868.00
Funding Agencies: US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center is assisting the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in incorporating new electric school buses into their fleet in order to reduce diesel emissions. This project is funded by the U.S. EPA.

Date: 04/01/22 - 3/31/23
Amount: $1,210,408.00
Funding Agencies: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

The Clean Fuel Advanced Technology 2022 Project (CFAT 2022) supports both education and outreach to promote the use of technologies that reduce transportation related emissions and clean transportation technology grants in eligible counties in North Carolina.

Date: 01/01/20 - 12/31/22
Amount: $122,346.00
Funding Agencies: US Dept. of Energy (DOE) - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)

This project is evaluating the disater resilience of existing and planned alternative fuel infrastructure in the Carolinas and planning for improving the resilience.

Date: 01/03/19 - 6/27/22
Amount: $4,045,247.00
Funding Agencies: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center uses the Clean Fuel Advanced Technology grant from NCDOT to provide grants for fleets in North Carolina to purchase clean transportation technologies in order to reduce transportation related emissions. The grant also supports education and outreach activities to educate fleets and the public about ways that they can reduce transportation-related emissions.

Date: 06/02/17 - 2/12/22
Amount: $4,203,855.00
Funding Agencies: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center uses the Clean Fuel Advanced Technology grant from NCDOT to provide grants for fleets in North Carolina to purchase clean transportation technologies in order to reduce transportation related emissions. The grant also supports education and outreach activities to educate fleets and the public about ways that they can reduce transportation-related emissions.

Date: 01/01/19 - 6/30/21
Amount: $100,000.00
Funding Agencies: US Dept. of Energy (DOE)

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center will facilitate a stakeholder convening process in order to update the existing NC Plug-in Electric Vehicle Plan.

Date: 10/01/18 - 7/31/19
Amount: $17,656.00
Funding Agencies: US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center is working with RTI to research autonomous vehicles and shared mobility projects across the United States.

Date: 04/28/13 - 4/29/18
Amount: $6,228,000.00
Funding Agencies: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

The statewide project will provide education and outreach about emission reduction transportation technology and practices as well as opportunities for applicants in 24 air quality non-attainment and maintenance counties to reduce transportation emissions directly through CMAQ-eligible technologies and practices. The purchase of alternative fuel and hybrid electric vehicles, the development of refueling infrastructure for alternative fuel vehicles, diesel retrofits, idle reduction technologies and vehicle share programs will be implemented through a sub award solicitation process. Applicants will be awarded on the basis of costs-versus-emission benefit, perceived public benefit, and the applicant?s cost share contribution. Any public or private entity will be eligible to apply. Outreach and education components include partnering with local Council of Governments to provide education awareness activities, developing statewide training opportunities and a media campaign focused on transportation technology choices that reduce emissions. A minimum of twenty percent will be contributed by project participants which will be documented accordingly as NCSU submits requests for reimbursement. NCSU will not seek reimbursement for any administrative costs associated with this project.


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