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Clean Diesel

Tribal Awarded Grants

Awarded Grants

The Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grants awarded to tribal nations.

Tribal Grants: Past Request for Proposals (RFP) and Documents 

Year State Awardee Award Description
2016 AK Chalkyitsik Village Council $212,343 Replace two nonroad diesel generators used for energy production with cleaner certified generators. EPA News Release and Local News Release Exit
2016 AZ Gila River Indian Community $154,000 Replace two pre-2007 engine model school buses with buses with 2015 or newer engines. EPA News Release
2016 CA Morongo Band of Mission Indians $167,458 Replace one refuse truck and one dump truck each with new CARB certified engines. EPA News Release and Local News Release Exit
2016 WA Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation $99,290 Install 18 Truck Stop Electrification (TSE) units at the Half Sun Travel Plaza; promote the TSEs to maximize utilization and idling reduction.
2016 WA Lummi Tribe of the Lummi Reservation $300,606 Replace six diesel engines on fishing vessels with new certified low emission engines. EPA News Release
2016 WI Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians $491,000 Replace six marine diesel with Tier 3-4 engines.
2015 AK Native Village of Karluk
 
$166,754 Replace two unregulated stationary diesel engines used for energy production in a power plant with Tier 3 generators.
2015 AK Rampart Village Council $158,883 Replace two unregulated stationary diesel generators used for energy production in a tribally-owned power plant with Tier 3 generators.
2015 CA Gila River Indian Community $389,000 Replace four nonroad vehicles used for agriculture with Tier 4 engine vehicles. EPA News Release (This link is removed. See the above note box.)
2015 NM Pueblo of Acoma $82,000 Install 30 truck stop electrification units (TSE) and promote the TSEs to maximize utilization and idling reduction.
2015 WA Makah Tribal Council $663,302 Replace propulsion engines on six commercial fishing vessels; replace three auxiliary engines on one marine vessel.
2015 WA Swinomish Indian Tribal Community $71,418 Replace one unregulated marine engine with Tier 3 marine diesel engine.
2014 WA Lummi Nation $76,741 Replace two 1992 marine diesel engines with newer engines.
2014 WA Swinomish Indian Tribal Community $786,799 Replace twelve marine diesel engines with newer diesel engines.
2014 WA Upper Skagit Tribe $55,552 Replace one diesel engine on compliance vessel with a newer, more efficient marine diesel engine.
2013 WA Lummi Nation $272,036 Replace 14 Tier 0 marine engines on 13 fishing vessels with Tier 2 engines.
2013 WA Swinomish Indian Community $467,846 Replace 14 Tier 0 engines on 12 marine vessels with Tier 2 engines; install 18 double shore power pedestals providing 36 shore power stations.
2012 WA Tulalip Tribe $201,820 Replace 11 Tier 0 marine engines on 11 fishing vessels with Tier 2 engines.
2011 AK Tanana Chiefs
 
$59,000 Replace one generator with a Tier 3 diesel engine.
2011 AZ Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community $150,000 Retrofit seven mining loaders used for mining work on Tribal lands.
2011 WA Makah Tribe $743,242 Replace 11 marine engines on nine fishing vessels.
2011 WA Tulalip Tribe $537,246 Replace 13 Tier 0 marine engines on 11 fishing vessels with Tier 2 engines .
2009
2010
CA Morongo Band of Mission Indians $250,000 Install diesel particulate filters on four school buses, a charter bus, a dump truck, and a water truck; replace two diesel schools buses with CNG-powered school buses.
2009
2010
CA Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians $78,000 Retrofit six school buses with diesel particulate filters.
2009
2010
IA Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa $190,000 Replace four school buses.
2009
2010
MN Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe $64,633 Repower four refuse haulers.

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