Carl Moyer Program: Truck Improvement/Modernization Benefitting Emission Reductions (TIMBER) Program
This page last reviewed December 23, 2016
Truck Improvement/Modernization Benefitting Emission Reductions (TIMBER) Program
The Truck Improvement/Modernization Benefitting Emission Reductions (TIMBER) Program takes the current criteria of the Carl Moyer Fleet Modernization program and streamlines the requirements for both participants and air districts. The goal of the TIMBER program is to provide funding opportunities to quickly replace older, heavy-duty log trucks earlier than would otherwise be required by regulation. Fleet owners registered for the Log Truck Phase-In option, the NOx-Exempt Area extension, or the Small Fleet option may be eligible to receive funds for the purchase of replacement trucks that have 2010 or newer engines. Truck owners can be based anywhere in California and get applications from one of the participating dealerships to apply for a grant. Click below to locate a participating dealership. Additional participating dealerships will be added as they become available. Applicants must also meet additional eligibility criteria, as stated in the factsheet below, to be eligible for TIMBER Program funding.
TIMBER Program Factsheet (PDF 373KB)
TIMBER Supplemental Documents (PDF 455KB)
Projects Eligible for Funding
The following is a list of minimum participation criteria and project types eligible for the TIMBER Program.
|Minimum Participation Criteria|
|Registered for the Log Truck Phase-In option, the NOx-Exempt Area extension, or the Small Fleet option in the TRUCRS database|
|Owned and operated in California 75% of the time for the previous 2 years|
|Operated a minimum of 6,000 miles per year or consumed 1,100 gallons of diesel fuel per year during the previous two years|
|Currently compliant with the Truck and Bus Regulation and with no outstanding violations|
Eligible Project Type and Maximum Funding: TIMBER
Eligible Project Types:New and Used Replacement Vehicle Purchase
The scrappage of an existing log truck and purchase of a new or used log truck equipped with a model year 2010 or newer engine certified to a Family Emissions Limit (FEL) or Standard (STD) level of 0.50 grams per brake horsepower hour (g/bhp-hr) oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and 0.01 g/bhp-hr particulate matter (PM) or cleaner.
Up to $60,000 per new log truck, or up to $50,000 per used log truck