News & Press Releases
The most recent Implementation Manual has been released and posted. All vouchers issued under the FY16-17 project will use this new Implementation Manual.Read More »
All FY16 funding for Low NOx engines has been subscribed. We are now taking requests for FY17 Low NOx vouchers.
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We are accepting voucher requests that will be added to the wait list. Funding for Low NOx engines remains available.Read More »
The following FY17 voucher funding has been added to HVIP: $9.3 million for all technologies; $12.1 million for electric and hybrid technologies only; and $12.1 million for Low NOx engines only.
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New funds are coming this month to HVIP! The latest California Climate Investment funding from ARB for ALL HVIP vouchers will be available soon. This funding is made possible by California Cap and Trade Auction proceeds. This means we will be able to process the zero emission and hybrid Wait List applications, and accept new vouchers for ALL categories, by the end of February 2017. CALSTART has been selected to continue as the administrator for the California HVIP program for a sixth project year and will soon be under contract for the FY 2016-17 funding cycle, which will make these funds available. Thanks for working with ARB and CALSTART staff as we manage the huge demand coming into the project. CALSTART will continue to work hard with State of California officials to open up additional funds for hybrid, zero emission and low NOx engines.Read More »
We anticipate adding an additional $4.65 million in voucher funding by mid-November.Read More »
The HVIP funding for the current fiscal year has now received an additional $1,162,500. The ticker on the home page reflects all remaining funds that have yet be requested.
Dealers of low NOx natural gas engines are completing the application process and we hope to have engines ready for purchase soon. $1,860,000 in voucher funding has been allocated to fund 124 incentives for the Cummins Westport 8.9-liter low NOx natural gas engine.Read More »
The updated rules set forth in this document will apply to all vouchers requested beginning today.
The updated program guidelines include vouchers for eligible low NOx engines, a new technology for the program.Read More »
The California Air Resources Board has announced that an additional $3,487,500 in FY16 voucher funding is now available for HVIP. Additional voucher funding will be added over the course of 2016.
In addition, the CARB has launched the FY16 HVIP!
The FY16 Implementation Manual has been posted to the web site.Read More »
The Voucher Processing Center has moved! Please send any new voucher request forms to:
Attn: HVIP Administrator
249 East Ocean Boulevard, Suite 325
Long Beach, CA 90802Read More »