Additional Program Documents

Current or prospective NYC Clean Trucks Program participants and stakeholders should refer to the below list of program documents for program rules, requirements, terms & conditions.

Program Fact Sheet (updated May 2020)
Participants and stakeholders may download the one-page Fact Sheet summary of the NYC Clean Trucks Program. The Fact Sheet may be forwarded digitally or printed for distribution.

Program Implementation Manual (updated May 2020)
Participants and stakeholders may download and review the NYC Clean Trucks Program Implementation Manual. The Implementation Manual details the program structure, eligibility requirements, and operational steps involved for rebate incentive funding.

Program Webinar (Coming Soon, to be posted by June 12, 2020)
The Program Webinar presented to prospective participants and stakeholders at the launch of the NYC Clean Trucks Program may be downloaded and used as a reference guide.

For Rebate Incentive Applicants

Program Application (updated May 2020)
The NYC Clean Trucks Program accepts Applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Licensed Motor Carriers (LMCs), Independent Owner Operators (IOOs), and truck operators are invited to apply for rebate incentive funding to replace older, heavy polluting diesel trucks with new battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric, diesel-electric hybrid, compressed natural gas, and diesel trucks.

For Vehicle Eligibility

Vehicle Eligibility Application
Dealerships/Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) must complete and submit the Vehicle Eligibility Application, along with the required supplemental documentation, via email to NYTVIP@energycenter.org. All battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric, diesel-electric hybrid, and compressed natural gas replacement truck options must be approved by NYSERDA. Replacement truck options approved by NYSERDA are considered eligible and approved by the NYC Clean Trucks Program. A Vehicle Eligibility Application is not required for diesel-fueled replacement truck options under the NYC Clean Trucks Program.

Battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric, diesel-electric hybrid, and compressed natural gas replacement truck options ineligible for or denied by NYSERDA may still qualify as an eligible replacement truck option under NYC Clean Trucks Program. Contact the NYC Clean Trucks Program Administrator for additional information.

Download the List of Eligible Vehicles

For Dealerships/OEMs

NYC Clean Trucks Program Dealership/OEM Agreement
The Dealership/OEM Agreement identifies the Terms and Conditions for Dealerships/OEMs selling replacement trucks through the NYC Clean Trucks Program.

To participate in the NYC Clean Trucks Program as an approved vendor, the Dealership/OEM must first be approved as an eligible vendor under the NYSERDA Program. NYSERDA Program-approved Dealerships/OEMs may then download and review the NYC Clean Trucks Program Dealership/OEM Agreement. Dealerships/OEMs must complete and submit two (2) original Dealership/OEM Agreements to the NYC Clean Trucks Program Administrator.

Dealerships/OEMs that sell only diesel-fueled replacement truck options, or Dealerships/OEMs that are ineligible/denied by NYSERDA as a program-approved vendor may still qualify under the NYC Clean Trucks Program. Contact the NYC Clean Trucks Program Administrator for additional information.

For Scrappage Operators

NYC Clean Trucks Program Scrappage Operator Agreement
The Scrappage Operator Agreement identifies the terms and conditions for facilities that are scrapping qualifying trucks through the NYC Clean Trucks Program. Scrapyard operators that have the capacity to satisfy the scrappage requirements must be approved. To receive approval, scrapyard operators must complete and submit two (2) original Scrappage Operator Agreements to the NYC Clean Trucks Program Administrator.

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