The Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) project is funded by the N.C. Department of Transportation and administered by the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center. The CFAT project is focused on reducing transportation-related emissions and operates in counties in maintenance status regarding National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
The first round of CFAT 2019 funding Request for Proposals (RFP) period has opened and awards will be announced by February 2019. In 2019, up to $2,350,000 in federal funding is being awarded. The 2019 funds will be awarded in three consecutive rounds of reviews and allocations, until all funds are allocated. The deadline to apply for the first round of funding is December 17, 2018.
Click here for the 2019 CFAT Request for Proposals
Click here for the CFAT RFP FAQs
Click here for the 2019 CFAT RFP Application
To view the media release related to the CFAT project and RFP,
NOTE: Applications should be emailed to Rick Sapienza.
The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) at N.C. State University announced the results of a call for projects through the CFAT Project. The 2017-2018 $5.6 million initiative, focused on reducing transportation-related emissions, is supported with federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality funding from the N.C. Department of Transportation (DOT). More than $1,100,101 is being awarded for ten projects to a variety of public and private entities.
The awards include:
- Alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) lease and conversions by UNC Charlotte
- Electric PTO (power take-off) bucket trucks by Viatec Incorporated and Town of Apex
- AFV conversions to bi-fuel propane by City of Charlotte and thyssenkrupp
- Diesel retrofit by North Carolina Department of Transportation Rail Division
- Electric motorcycle leases by law enforcement in Davidson County, Orange County, and Town of Matthews