State incentivizes diesel vehicle replacements, accepting applications now

JACKSON, WY— Join Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC) and Energy Conservation Works (ECW) this Thursday, March 14th from 12:00- 1:30 pm at SPARK JH to find out if you and your diesel vehicle are eligible for money toward a greener alternative.


Did you know…? The State of Wyoming has $8.2 million in funding available for diesel vehicle replacements and electric vehicle charging station deployment?

If your business or organization owns and operates diesel vehicles, model years 1992-2006, you can apply for these funds, to be put towards the purchase of a replacement vehicle. Eligible replacements include vehicles fueled by compressed natural gas, propane or clean diesel, as well as fully electric. In this round of funding, there is $750,000.00 available from the state of Wyoming. Applications are due March 31st. The electric vehicle charging infrastructure application has not yet been released.

ECW and YTCEC will walk you through the nuances of the application, discuss local use of clean fuels and technologies, help determine if your vehicle(s) are eligible, and confirm if the program requirements fit the needs of your fleet. Following the presentation and discussion, you will have the opportunity to begin an application.

More information about the program and eligible vehicles can be found HERE.

When: Thursday, March 14th from 12:00- 1:30 pm

Where: SPARK JH – Co-Work Space – 140 E. Broadway Suite 25 (upstairs)

Light lunch will be provided for those that RSVP to [email protected]org

Learn more about Energy Conservation Works (ECW) by visiting their website

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