EnergIIZE to award $29.7m in hydrogen infrastructure incentives

The second round of the California Energy Commission’s (CEC’s) Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission Commercial Vehicles (EnergIIZE) Hydrogen funding lane will open for two weeks from April 27.

The funding lane offers the highest incentive funding cap of all four EnergIIZE funding lanes, covering 50% of eligible equipment and software costs for standard projects, up to $3m per project. Overall $29.7m in hydrogen infrastructure incentives are available.

If the applicant also meets the Jump Start equity criteria, then 75% of eligible equipment and software costs are covered, with the maximum amount rising to $4m per project. Eligible equipment and software covered for funding includes compressors, liquid and gaseous pumps, piping and pipelines, high-pressure storage, chillers, meters, switchgears, and electrical panel upgrades.

To be eligible for funding, applicants must show proof that their projects are intended for medium- or heavy-duty hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, that refueling stations are capable of dispensing 350 or 700 bar, and that they meet ASME, ASTM, and NFPA standards.

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