The Carl Moyer Grant application period is closed.
The 2022 Carl Moyer Grant Program opened on January 14, 2022 and closed on March 21, 2022.
Tentative award letters for the 2022 program should be mailed in May 2022.
Printable Moyer Year 24 Applications:Application for Portable and Stationary Ag EngineApplication for Off Road Repower & RetrofitApplication for Off Road Equipment Replacement
Fillable Moyer Year 24 Applications:Application for Portable and Stationary Ag EngineApplication for Off Road Repower & RetrofitApplication for Off Road Equipment Replacement
Public Workshop Information:
FRAQMD Carl Moyer/FARMER Public Workshop
Time: Feb 11, 2022 02:00 PM US/Pacific
Public Workshop Presentation:Carl Moyer Year 24 Public Workshop.pdf
Drop In Hours
District staff are available by Zoom or telephone during the drop in hours. Interested applicants can ask questions about their applications or the program in general. No pre-registration is required, just join by using the Zoom app or calling the conference phone line and entering the meeting id and passcode for the day.
Session 1: Wednesday February 16 10-10:30 am
Session 2: Monday February 21 3-3:30 pm
Session 3: Friday March 4 10-10:30 am
Session 4: Thursday March 10 1:30 - 2:00 pm
Session 5: Tuesday March 15 11:00 - 11:30 am
General Information on Carl Moyer Program:
The equipment must operate in Yuba or Sutter County. If the equipment does not operate in Yuba or Sutter County, please go to the appropriate air district's website for information on their program here.
The purpose of the Carl Moyer program is to reduce air pollution emissions by providing grants for the incremental cost of cleaner vehicles and equipment. The program focuses on the replacement of older heavy-duty diesel engines with electric, alternative fuel, or cleaner diesel technology, and does not include projects that are less than 25 horsepower, required by law, or regulated by an air district Permit to Operate, such as stationary diesel-powered electric generators. Private companies, public agencies, and the general public that operate heavy-duty diesel engines in Yuba and Sutter counties may apply for incentive funds. All projects approved for funding must meet the CARB and FRAQMD program guidelines. The curent Carl Moyer Guidelines in effect are the CARB's 2017 Guidelines and can be reviewed and downloaded from the CARB's web site: Guidelines. The District has adopted Policy and Procedures to implement the Carl Moyer Program, available here:FRAQMD Moyer Year 24 Policy & Procedures
Year 24 Project Selection:
1. All complete applications as of 5:00 pm on March 21, 2022, shall be assigned a number.
2. The numbers shall be entered into a random number generator by district staff.
3. Applications selected by the random number generator shall be reviewed for eligibility, cost-effectiveness and the amount of funding they are eligible for. Ineligible applications will not be funded.
4. Applications for uncontrolled (Tier 0) baseline engines in Off-Road Equipment Replacement Program shall be submitted to the random number generator before Tier 1 engines. After all uncontrolled (Tier 0) baseline engines have been drawn, Tier 1 baseline engine projects shall enter the random draw.
5. The tentative award letters should be mailed to applicants in May 2022.
Examples of Eligibile Projects:
- Diesel engines/equipment between 25 and 750 horsepower
- Stationary Diesel Agricultural Engines (Tier 1 and Tier 2 diesel engine repowers, conversion to electric motors, limited opportunities for Tier 0)
- Agricultural off-road equipment repower, retrofit, or replacements
- Portable agricultural equipment replacement
- Other (non-Ag) off-road equipment repower, retrofit, or replacement (must submit DOORS documentation showing compliance date)
Please note that Carl Moyer funding cannot pay for compliance with a regulation. In most cases, projects must be completed at least 3 years prior to a compliance deadline. For equipment regulated by the CARB's Off-Road or On-Road Diesel Regulations, the applicant must provide proof to the District that the fleet is in compliance with the regulation. For Stationary agricultural irrigation engine projects, engines must be registered with the District to received funding.
Forms for Previous Program Participants:List of Salvage YardsProcess for ApplicantsSalvage Certification Form
For information on the CARB's Diesel Regulations, please visit their website here.
For information on District Ag Engine Registration Program, please click here.
For more information, please contact Peter Angelonides, Planner I at (530) 634-7659 ext 209, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.