Uses the General Services Administration’s real estate portfolio to identify, test, and support the commercialization of cost-effective technologies to reduce energy and water use.
Encourages automobile manufacturers and importers to replace HFC-134a in mobile A/Cs.
Publishes acceptable substitutes for ozone-depleting substances. Some partially vacated rules are being adopted independently by states.
California’s SF6 reduction program applies to all retailers and users of SF6 except for those using it for electric utility or semiconductor manufacture.
The primary regulatory authority to control HFCs, which includes the commitments in the Montreal Protocol.
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, among other financial assistance, funds woodstove replacement for low-income households.
A grant program to help truck owners finance the purchase of 2013-or-newer engines, up to $25,000 apiece, for trucks that service the port frequently and currently have 1996 through 2003 model year engines.
DERA provides federal funding in the form of grants to eligible entities for projects that reduce emissions from existing diesel engines.
EPA’s voluntary SmartWay program is a partnership between the Agency, shippers, freight carriers, and freight logistics companies to benchmark and track CO2 emissions and disseminate information on fuel-saving technologies.
EPA may regulate black carbon from residential sources through new source performance standards for residential heating stoves, education, or incentivizing the replacement of inefficient stoves.