Special Announcement
NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo
SAVE THE DATE for the NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo October 6 & 7, 2021. Sacramento Clean Cities, in partnership with East Bay Clean Cities, NorCal MEMA, NorCal/Nevada NAFA, Sac Metro Air District and Universal Technical Institute will provide training for Fleet Managers, Technicians, Spec Writers and Grant Writers, along with Vehicle and Equipment Displays.
US EPA DERA Grant Program
The US EPA DERA Grant Program has issued a supplemental $5M grant for tribal and insular communities. Priority is given to projects that achieve significant reduction in diesel emissions in areas designated as having poor air quality.
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Sac Metro Air District RFP
The Sac Metro Air District has released an $18M RFP. Funding will be available to replace medium and heavy-duty vehicles with zero-emission trucks and buses, install low carbon fueling infrastructure, replace older farm tractors, upgrade locomotives or complete other eligible projects. 
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SMUD RFP
SMUD has announced a $1.8M - $3.0M RFP seeking a contractor to provide EV advisory services, electrical engineering/design services, and project management services to support SMUD’s new “Charging as a Service Program.”
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CEC Grant Opportunity
The CEC has announced a $7M Grant Opportunity to design, build and operate a 100% renewable hydrogen facility in California. The hydrogen produced will be utilized for transportation fuel. 
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PG&E EVSE Funding
PG&E is offering up to $15.5K for dual-port Level 2 EVSE at schools and state parks. The funding is on a first come, first served basis.
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DOE Funding Opportunity
The U.S. Department of Energy has released Funding Opportunity Announcement 0002396 making more than $61 million available for technologies to advance low-cost, low-carbon biofuels for aircraft and marine vessels.
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New Updates, Regulations, and Requirements
CARB Workshop On HD I/M Regulations
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will hold a Zoom workshop on the proposed HD I/M regulations May 27 from 6pm - 8:30pm. The new regulations will create a much more rigorous I&M program for heavy-duty vehicles.
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CARB Webinar On Long-Term Heavy-Duty Investment
The California Air Resources Board will hold a Work Group webinar meeting on their Long-Term Heavy-Duty Investment Strategy on May 5 from 1pm – 4pm.
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Sacramento Clean Cities Sponsors Make The News
DANNAR Mobile Power Station
The DANNAR Zero-emission Mobile Power Station (MPS) functions as a backhoe, loader, sweeper, scissor lift and much more. It can be operated from a climate controlled cab or fully remotely. The MPS will be demonstrated at the NorCal Fleet Academy and Expo, October 6 & 7 in Sacramento.
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Universal Technical Institute Automotive Technician Training Program
Universal Technical Institute (UTI) has an apprenticeship-type training program for automotive technician students, their “Early Employment Program.” Students receive on-the-job experience while they complete their technical education, and employers have an opportunity to screen potential candidates.
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Alternative Fuel Insight
Mack Trucks Battery-Electric Vehicle Training Facility
Mack Trucks will open a battery-electric vehicle training facility in Hayward this June. The Mack Trucks Academy will teach comprehensive electromobility courses for dealer personnel, Mack employees, owner-operators and fleet customers.
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Hyzon Motors Partners with Renewable Fuel Company, Raven SR
Hyzon Motors, a fuel cell truck company has announced that they have partnered with a renewable fuel company, Raven SR, to build 100 renewable hydrogen production “Hubs” using organic waste or natural gas to make hydrogen to power fuel cell trucks.
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2021 Roadmap Conference
The 2021 Roadmap Conference produced by Forth will be held June 14 – 16 as a virtual event, with programs covering electric vehicles, EV charging, community education and emerging technologies. Sacramento Clean Cities Stakeholders can register and receive a discount.
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Refineries Report
The LCFS Credit for 1 MT of CO2 is $172.00. 
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