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Kentucky Clean Diesel Grant Program to reduce diesel emissions by replacing aging school buses

The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) has announced the 2020 Kentucky Clean Diesel Grant Program, which will provide $298,708 to reduce diesel emissions by replacing aging school buses in the commonwealth. “This year, kids across Kentucky have had to adapt so much to be healthy at school, and every parent has felt especially anxious about our children’s health and well-being,” said...

Snavely announces $275K in grants for Clean Diesel Program to reduce emissions from aging buses

Energy and Environment Cabinet Secretary Charles Snavely has announced the 2018 Kentucky Clean Diesel Grant Program, which will provide $275,689 for projects to reduce diesel emissions from aging school buses in the Commonwealth. Funding is being made available through the federal Diesel Emission Reduction Act and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This competitive program is open to all public...