Air Pollution Reduction in Colorado – Funding + Technical Support Opportunities

Air quality and climate action are a top priority in Colorado. The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) is implementing the Clean Air Program (CAP) to provide funding for project implementation and technical support to the industrial sector, including material recovery facilities, landfill operators, municipalities, and more, with the aim of reducing air pollution and decrease energy consumption. Here is a summary of the key offerings supplied by the program:

  1. Technical Assistance Offering (TAO) – subsidized Scope 1 Emissions Assessments and personalized engineering support to find GHG reduction opportunities, prioritize impactful projects, and identify cost-coverage opportunities (grants, rebates, etc.). CEO is providing coverage of 70% of the assessment cost, or 100% cost coverage for applicants with a public net-zero target by 2050 or sooner. For more information, please visit the Clean Air Program’s Technical Assistance Offering | Colorado Energy Office.
  2. Clean Air Program Grants – funding for voluntary industrial and manufacturing air pollutant emission reduction projects in Colorado. For more information, please visit the Clean Air Program (CAP) Grants | Colorado Energy Office

Funding can be used for projects such as upgrading equipment to electric alternatives, changing industrial processes to reduce GHG emissions, fuel switching, carbon management, and many more!

Have any initial questions? Please reach out to [email protected].

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