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Auction Proceeds


Funded Programs and Events

The Legislature and Governor appropriate auction proceeds from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) to State agencies and programs through the Budget process, consistent with the implementing legislation.   Additional information on the current and previous budget appropriations, including the individual budget summaries, can be found on the Budget Appropriations page.


Transportation and Sustainable Communities Funding Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding         Natural Resources and Waste Diversion Funding

The tables below contain information on agencies that are investing GGRF monies and links to each agency's webpage for further information.  ARB has also created a three-page printable summary table of programs and state agencies that have been appropriated GGRF monies.

Transportation and Sustainable Communities Funding

Agency / Department Program and Potential Investment Types Funding To Date***   Upcoming Events
High Speed Rail Authority (HSR) High Speed Rail**
  • Planning, design, and right-of-way acquisition  of the initial operating segment
  • Construction of the initial operating segment
$1,287* million Contracts Currently Out For Bid

Monthly Board Meeting: February 20
California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP)**
  • Connectivity to existing/future rail systems by adding new rail cars/engines
  • Increased service and reliability, and decreased travel times of intercity and commuter rail systems
  • Rail integration (e.g. integrated ticketing and scheduling)
$574 million
Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP)**
  • New/expanded bus, rail services, or expanded intermodal transit facilities
  • Service or facility improvements, e.g. equipment, fueling, and maintenance
$231 million Allocation Request Workshops: Various Locations and Dates January 23 — February 28
Active Transportation Program (ATP)
  • Bike facilities
  • Pedestrian facilities
$10 million
Strategic Growth Council (SGC)
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities
Program (AHSC)**

  • Transit-oriented development
  • Intermodal affordable housing
  • Transit capital projects
  • Active transportation/complete streets
  • Local planning and implementation
Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation Program (SALC)
  • Agricultural land preservation
$959 million HCD AHSC Program Information







DOC SALC Program Information
Transformative Climate Communities (TCC)
  • Combined climate investments from multiple programs within a local area to achieve transformational improvements
$150 million
Technical Assistance
  • Technical assistance to disadvantaged communities
$2 million
Climate Change Research Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$11 million
Air Resources Board (ARB) Low Carbon Transportation
  • Zero and near-zero emission passenger vehicle rebates
  • Heavy duty hybrid/ZEV trucks and buses
  • Freight demonstration projects
  • Pilot programs (car sharing, financing, etc.) in disadvantaged communities
$1,255 million Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) - Ongoing

Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) - Ongoing

Work Group Meetings
Community Air Protection Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$255 million Public Workshops for New Incentive Funds to Reduce Emissions in 617 Communities: Fresno — February 20
Sacramento — February 21
Commerce — February 22
Oakland — February 26
Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
  • Grants, rebates, incentives for agricultural harvesting equipment, heavy-duty trucks, agricultural pump engines, tractors etc.
$85 million

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Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding

Agency / Department Program and Potential Investment Types Funding To Date*** Upcoming Events
Community Services and Development (CSD) Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP)
  • Single and multi-family low-income energy efficiency and renewable energy projects
$189 million Low-Income Weatherization Program Funds Available
Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)
Dairy Methane Program
$161 million Accepting Applications for 2018 DDRDP: Applications due February 23
State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program (SWEEP)
  • Water and energy use efficiency

SWEEP - DWR (Prop 1) Joint Project
  • Water conveyance enhancements
  • On-farm agricultural water use efficiency improvements
$66 million
Alternative and Renewable Fuels Program
  • Specifications for low carbon renewable biofuels derived from agricultural waste
$3 million
Healthy Soils Program
  • Soil management practices
$8 million
Department of Water Resources (DWR) State Water Project Turbines Program
  • Efficient hydroelectricity generation
Water-Energy Grant Program
  • Water conservation and efficiency grants
$70 million
Air Resources Board (ARB) Woodsmoke Reduction Program
  • Consumer incentives program for wood burning device replacement and alternatives to green waste burning
$5 million
California Energy Commission (CEC) Food Production Investment Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$60 million Workshop for the proposed implementation of the Food Production Investment Program: February 16
Renewable Energy for Agriculture Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$6 million

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Natural Resources and Waste Diversion Funding

Agency / Department Program and Potential Investment Types Funding to Date*** Upcoming Events
California State Coastal Conservancy Climate Ready Program and Adaptation (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$6 million
California Conservation Corps Training and Work Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$5 million
California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) Urban Greening Program
  • Capture, infiltrate, and store storm water
  • Greening of public lands and structures
  • Urban heat island mitigation
  • Non-motorized urban trails
  • County parks and open space
$106 million Grant Program Round 2 Technical Workshops: Various Locations through March 12
California Office of Emergency Services (OES) Wildfire Response and Readiness (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$25 million
Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) Wetlands and Watershed Restoration
  • Delta coastal wetlands
  • Mountain meadows
  • Water use efficiency in wetlands
$42 million
Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
(CAL FIRE)
Wildfire Prevention and Forest Health (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$75 million
Forest Health and Fire Prevention Program
  • Forest health
  • Reforestation
  • Fire risk reduction
$249 million Forest Health Grants: Concept Proposals due February 21
Urban and Community Forestry (UCF)
  • Planting and maintaining trees in disadvantaged communities
$53 million Urban and Community Forestry Program Grants: Concept Proposals due February 26
Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) Waste Diversion
$111 million GHG Reduction Loan Program - FY 15/16 Cycle 2A Funds Available
Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program (NEW for FY 2017-18)
$20 million

* In addition to the figure shown above, Senate Bill 862, 2014 states that $400 million shall be available to the High Speed Rail Authority beginning in Fiscal Year 2015-16, as repayment of a loan to the General Fund. This money shall be repaid as necessary, based on the financial needs of the High-Speed Rail project.

** Beginning in Fiscal Year 2015-16, these programs receive continuous appropriations from the Cap-and-Trade auctions, based on the percentages identified in statute. The actual dollar amounts are not known until after the quarterly auctions close.

*** "Funding to Date" figures represent appropriations through Fiscal Year 2017-18 and have been rounded to the nearest million dollars. Appropriations from previous fiscal years may be retroactively adjusted to account for Budget Control Sections or for special legislation (e.g. Trailer Bills). The reported cumulative appropriations were estimated based on published budgets, legislation, and quarterly auction results and may not reflect current budgetary authority items.

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