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aqip -- Applicant Workshop Question and Answer Document Posted for AQIP Advanced Hybrid Technologies in School Buses Solicitation

Posted: 18 Nov 2011 11:24:48
Applicant Workshop Questions and Answers Document Posted for AB
118 Air Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) Advanced Technology
Demonstration Project Solicitation for Advanced Hybrid
Technologies in School Buses. 

The California Air Resources Board (ARB) has posted on the AQIP
solicitation webpage the final answers to the questions that were
discussed at the October 27th Applicant Workshop.

This solicitation for School Bus Advanced Technology
Demonstration Projects is open to California-based public
agencies such as air districts, school districts, and state or
local government agencies with expertise implementing
demonstration projects and the requisite knowledge of school bus
operations.  Applications are due to ARB by December 14, 2011 at
5:00 p.m.

The grant solicitation and all associated documents, including
the Applicant Workshop Questions and Answers Document, can be
found on ARB's website at:

For more information on Advanced Technology Demonstration
Projects please visit:

For more information on AQIP, please visit:

Please note that the original November 7, 2011 date for release
of the Questions and Answers was extended to November 18, 2011. 
The application submittal deadline and all other dates listed in
the solicitation have not changed.

BACKGROUND:  The Air Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) is a
voluntary incentive program administered by ARB to fund clean
vehicle and equipment projects through 2015.  Each year, the
Board approves the AQIP Funding Plan that serves as the blueprint
for expending AQIP funds during the current fiscal year.  The FY
2011-12 Funding Plan focuses the AQIP on supporting three
deployment and demonstration projects in two categories needed to
meet California's longer-term, post 2020 air quality goals.

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