Eligible alternative fuels for AFFP applications include Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), combined LNG and CNG, hydrogen, biodiesel, propane, electricity, and methanol (at least 85% by volume).
Eligible projects must include the construction or reconstruction of an alternative fueling facility. Reconstruction is defined as the expansion of a site to provide a new and different alternative fuel that does not exist at the site. Stations funded by AFFP grants must be new facilities or, at a minimum, provide new services.
Eligible activities are those that are directly related to the implementation of the project. AFFP grants are to be used to offset a portion of the cost of installation of the natural gas and alternative fuel-dispensing equipment. For additional information about eligible project costs, see: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/downloads/air-quality/terp/affp/affp-22-rfga.pdf#page=8
Eligible locations under the AFFP consist of the counties making up the Clean Transportation Zone, listed here: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/downloads/air-quality/terp/affp/affp-22-rfga.pdf#page=19
Additional Geographic Information:Clean Transportation Zone map: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/downloads/air-quality/terp/affp/affp-20-clean-transportation-zone-map.pdf