Business Resource Guide

Carl Moyer Grant Program This grant program provides incentive funds to private companies and public agencies to purchase cleaner-than-required engines, equipment, and emission reduction technologies.

Industrial Development Bond Financing Provides small to medium-sized manufacturers money for land purchases, building construction, facility expansion, new production equipment acquisition, and solar and energy conservation retrofits. Benefits of IDB financing include below market interest rates, and long-term financing. bonds . Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) This program provides loans to help developers, businesses, schools, and local governments clean up and redevelop brownfields. program/ Cleanup Loans and Environmental Assistance to Neighborhoods Loan (CLEAN) This program provides low-interest rate loans to finance environmental assessments and hazardous waste cleanup activities of designated Brownfields and underutilized urban properties. For more CLEAN information visit: STATE GRANTS California Grants Portal The California Grants Portal hosts all new state administered grant and loan opportunities offered on a competitive or first-come basis.

Clean Transportation Program This program provides funding to support innovation and accelerate the development and deployment of advanced transportation and fuel technologies. programs/clean-transportation-program Climate Investments (CCI) This program provides grants under California’s cap and-trade system and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.

Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) This program provides grants for the advancement of science and technology in the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced electricity technologies.

For more EPIC Information visit:

STATE GREEN RESOURCES CalSEED The California Sustainable Energy Entrepreneur Development Initiative (CalSEED) is a $24M grant program created to help early stage California clean energy startups bring their concepts and prototypes to market. CalSEED is administered by CalCEF Ventures on behalf of the California Energy Commission. Clean energy startups in the Golden State could receive up to $600,000 in grant funding. (CalCEF Ventures is an

For more information visit: CalRecycle Grant Programs

The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) offers funding opportunities authorized by legislation to assist public and private entities in the safe management of the waste stream. ing/

organization of New Energy Nexus). For more information on CalSEED visit:


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