Emissions Compliance in California
Our team of Air Quality Management District (AQMD) administration and compliance specialists have experience in CARB, EPA and DOORS reporting.
Central California Power is an active participant to help facilitate current programs offered by the California Air Districts. These programs are set up to reduce emission pollution from older off-road equipment, heavy duty, construction, farm and ag equipment.
California State Funding for Compliance
California has millions of dollars available as incentives for purchasing low emission engine purchases. The program has been around since 1998. Hundreds of engines have been cleaned up by CCP. Different programs apply and vary in incentive amounts and applicant costs.
You may be eligible to have a new engine installed for 15-35% out-of-pocket expense. To be considered as a candidate, use the from below to:
1. Submit your engine’s serial numbers
2. Include the year, make and model
3. Determine annual operational hours for your equipment for engines ranging from 50hp to 1200hp
Engines running more than 30 hours per week or 1500 hours per year as well as older diesel engines (preferably before 1998) are the best candidates.
There is priority for the most polluting engines, including water pump Tier I and II diesel engines.
We can help you apply. Please contact Raul at 661.747.8557 for an engine emissions evaluation.
For more information, please see the Air Resources Board Air Pollution Incentives, Grants and Credit Programs.
Turn-Key Emissions Compliance Expertise
We’ll assist you with documentation, program reporting and applications. CCP is actively involved with various government grant programs through the State of California Air Districts.
How we can help you
Working with government agencies can be complicated. Central California Power assists you with:
- Understanding which regulations apply to your equipment;
- Developing a compliance plan;
- Completing the necessary reporting forms to meet AQMD requirements;
- Applying for available funding for self-propelled and tow behind agriculture equipment such as harvesters, sprayers, bailers and Tier I & II water pumping equipment and tractors (Construction, Mining and specialty equipment may also apply).
Grant programs can pay up to 85% of the complete repower costs. So, you get refurbished equipment for as little as 15% of the actual cost. The state of California pays the rest. CCP has successfully completed hundreds of Tier II, III & IV Interim and IV Final engine repowers since 2004.
We have Tier IV-Interim Power Units IN STOCK, 150-174hp already carb registered for portable applications.