Clean Fuels Incentive Program

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UPDATE: Governor Larry Hogan issued an executive order​ on March 12th mandating teleworking for non-essential state employees across all state agencies in response to COVID-19.  During this time, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA)  Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP) Program Manager can be reached at Information submitted to MEA by postal mail may have processing times affected by the office closure.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your understanding.


The primary goal of the State Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP) is to reduce consumption of imported petroleum through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will result in a cleaner and greener transportation sector within Maryland, improving the state's economy and environment in the process. 


With a program budget of $1.3M, there are 2 areas of interest (AOI) under the FY21 CFIP. For more information on each AOI, please see below.

AOI 1- Fleet Alternative Fuel Vehicles