As part of its Clean Transportation Triangle and Alternative Fueling Facilities Programs, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is offering grants to help defray the costs of building or modifying alternative fueling facilities in certain parts of the state. Up to $17.7 million is available to businesses and individuals who qualify, namely those that dispense natural gas, biodiesel, hydrogen, methanol, propane, or electricity.
The facilities will serve as the foundation of a self-sustaining market for alternative fuel in Texas. According to the TCEQ, developing this network of facilities will create jobs, ensure viable use of clean energy, and help reduce both air pollution and dependence on fossil fuels.
If your state is interested in the Texas program, visit this website.