Funding Opportunities

Forward Hedging and Upfront Contracts

The price of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits are set by the market and impacted by supply and demand. Demand (purchasers) is created by the production of fuels that exceed the specified carbon intensity limits. When demand for credits exceeds the available supply, prices rise. When supply outstrips demand, prices fall.

The market is complicated by the fact that there are numerous “fuel pathways” that qualify for credits. Fuel sources are as diverse as electricity from Wisconsin dairy manure, ethanol from Brazilian sugarcane, and renewable biodiesel from Australian tallow, which all qualify for LCFS credit generation.  

The future supply of credits is unknown and the pipeline of credit-generating projects coming down each pathway is complex and opaque. This creates the potential for pricing uncertainty and volatility.

If you want price certainty on future credit production, e-Mission Control (eMC) is offering to set up a multi-year fixed-price credit off-take agreement.

For more information, contact e-Mission Control today.

Public Funding Resources

Our parent company, Momentum, designs, develops and deploys innovation campaigns for organizations working on transformative water, energy, transportation, and manufacturing technologies with a fundamental expertise in public funding. They conduct rigorous research, thoughtful analysis, and strategic engagement to dramatically increase the ability of both eMC and Momentum partners to access and manage public and private investment, acquire new customers, and commercialize advanced technologies. To-date, Momentum has deployed over $5.5 billion in clean energy and clean transportation projects nationally.

Momentum regularly publishes Funding Opportunity Notices as helpful guidance and to track emerging private and public funding opportunities on behalf of fleets who want to accelerate their sustainability goals.

Funding Resources From the Blog

Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission (EnergIIZE) Commercial Vehicles

Website: https://energiize.org/ Funding: First-come, first-serve program. Qualifying projects can receive awards offsetting 75% the eligible…

Level 2 Charging Station Installation Rebate–Central Lincoln (Oregon)

Website: https://clpud.org/energy-efficiency/electric-cars/level-2-station-rebate Funding: $250 Rebate for the installation of a Level 2 Charger Dates: Open…

Electric Vehicle Incentive for Business-Eugene Water & Electric Board

website:https://www.eweb.org/environment-and-climate/electric-transportation/ev-incentives-business Funding: $1,500 rebate per level 2 charging stations. Up to $2,000 per charging station…

Washington State Building Electrification Grant

Website: https://www.commerce.wa.gov/growing-the-economy/energy/clean-energy-fund/building-electrification-grant/ Funding: First-come, first-serve program. Approximately $9,700,000 will be made available under a competitive…

Momentum: An Introduction

“Momentum” means “strength or force gained by motion or by a series of events,” according…

California CORE: An Introduction

  The California CORE (Clean Off-Road Equipment) Project is tentatively scheduled to reopen with $125…

EnergIIZE: An Introduction

Based out of Pasadena, California, EnergIIZE stands for Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission. The Commercial…

Electric Vehicle and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Infrastructure and Battery Tax Credit

Public lands used for installing, maintaining, and operating electric vehicle charging stations are exempt from…

Oregon DEQ Announces $3.3 Million in Funding Opportunities for Diesel Reduction Projects

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is seeking applications for diesel reduction projects from public agencies,…

Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Partnerships Grant (ZEVIP)

Summary: This an open competitive grant solicitation. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announces the…

Understanding How Low Carbon Fuel Credit Markets Work

Trying to understand California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard...