The USDA has published a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) in the Federal Register announcing that this round of HBIIP (Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program) is officially open. If your SAM, EAuth and UEI are not up to date, it is recommended you do so immediately as the program application closes November 21st, 2022.
Under HBIIP, approximately $100 million is made available to:
- Fueling stations, convenience stores, hypermarket fueling stations, fleet facilities, and similar entities with capital investments) for eligible implementation activities related to higher blends of fuel ethanol greater than 10 percent ethanol, such as E15 or higher, and biodiesel greater than 5 percent biodiesel, such as B20 or higher; and
- Terminal operations, depots, and midstream partners, for eligible implementation activities related to higher blends of fuel ethanol greater than 10 percent ethanol, such as E15 or higher, and biodiesel greater than 5 percent biodiesel, such as B20 or higher.
Below are two contacts that can aid in the grant writing process:
Renewable Fuels Association has offered to help our retailers with the grant writing process for free. Reach out to RFA Director of Market Development.
Cassie A. Mullen
Director of Business Development
Renewable Fuels Association
Christianson PLLP is ready to help you; whether you only want some guidance or if you would like them to provide complete application services, they are here to help! Please reach out if you have any questions.
Project Manager, Business Advisory Services
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Willmar, MN 56201