Clean Fuels Technical Assistance (CFTA) 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) Transportation Program Manager can be reached via email 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.

UPDATE (11/16/2020): Based on the number and magnitude of applications received by MEA, it is likely that no additional applications will be able to be approved for fleet technical assistance at this time. If funding permits in the future, MEA may be able to fund an additional application; however, this scenario is not guaranteed. Should additional funds become available, MEA will update this page. If you have interest in participating in this program in the future, please contact Transportation Program Manager, Mike Jones at​.

The State Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) Clean Fuels Technical Assistance (CFTA) Program is a new pilot, test-of-concept program which aims to provide eligible local government and municipal fleets with
technical assistance as they consider alternative transportation fuel options for their on-road fleet.

 How to apply

Thoroughly review the CFTA Program Guidelines. This document contains information regarding program requirements, eligibility restrictions, the application process, program terms and conditions and contact information. Please follow the application instructions provided within the document. The application form can be found below:

Maryland Clean Fuels Technical Assistance (CFTA) Program Guidelines.pdfMaryland Clean Fuels Technical Assistance (CFTA) Program Guidelines.pdf

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