The Zero Emissions Airport Vehicle (ZEV) and Infrastructure Pilot Program is designed to reduce emissions from airport-owned vehicles and facilitate use of zero emissions technologies at airports. Created in 2012, the program allows airport sponsors to use Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds to purchase ZEVs and to construct or modify infrastructure needed to use ZEVs.
- Press Release: FAA Awards $24.5 Million in Environmental Grants to Airports (Added 9/16/2015)
- ZEV and Infrastructure Pilot Program Brochure (in development)
- Summary of Airport Projects and Contacts (in development)
Program Guidance and Application Information
- Zero Emissions Airport Vehicle and Infrastructure Pilot Program Technical Guidance (Version 1) (PDF) (added 12/13/2012)
This guidance document provides details on vehicle eligibility, allowable vehicle use, eligible airports, grant funding limitations, and the application process.
- Public use airports in Environmental Protection Agency-designated nonattainment and maintenance areas.
Annual Deadline for Project Proposals
- January of each year. Contact your FAA Regional Office or Airports District Office for specific deadlines.