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Hybrid Trucks | Alternative Fuels | Incentives / Funding | Information

We want to help your business:

  • Reduce petroleum use through the use of more efficient vehicles and technologies, including hybrids, alternative fuels and higher efficiency modern diesel engines.
  • Alternative fuels: electricity, natural gas, biodiesel, ethanol, hydrogen, or propane
  • Resulting in higher profits by decreasing petroleum dependency

Sustainability and Alternative Fuels
Go that extra green mile with ethanol, biodiesel, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas or electricity. With energy independence ranking as a top priority, we manufacture a wide range of Ford vehicles capable of running on fuels from American sources.

Learn more about Ford’s commitment to Sustainability
Electrification Choices

Ford’s electrification strategy involves three types of electrified vehicles – hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all electric – to provide customers with fuel economy options and help reduce CO2 emissions.

Learn more about Ford Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Fusion Hybrid, C-MAX Hybrid, Fusion Energi, C-MAX Energi, Focus Electric

E85 Ethanol Flexible-Fuel Vehicles and B20 Biofuel Vehicles
Every Ford flexible-fuel vehicle (FFV) is engineered to run on E85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline), unleaded gasoline or any blend of the two. Several Ford trucks can operate on any blend of up to 20% biodiesel and 80% petroleum diesel (a mix known as B20) Both biodiesel and ethanol are cleaner burning and more renewable than conventional fuels.

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Vehicles

Another option to cut fuel costs and reduce emissions further is with our compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG – consisting primarily of propane) engine prep package,* available as an upfit option.

*Restrictions apply. This package is available on many Ford vehicles. See developers and installers for details.

As of July 23, 2019, all funds available for HVIP for Fiscal Year 18-19 have been requested, and a waitlist is in effect. Vouchers can still be requested, however they will not be reviewed or approved until more funds are available. Additional funds are anticipated to be available in January 2020. Updates will be posted here when available.

The California Air Resources Board (CARB), in partnership with CALSTART, launched the Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP)and Low NOx Engine Incentives in 2009, to accelerate the purchase of cleaner, more-efficient trucks and buses in California.

Program Updates:

  1. Effective August 15, 2019, EVSE voucher enhancements must be requested within 60 days of the submittal of corresponding vehicle voucher requests.
    Have you requested a vehicle voucher more than 60 days ago and still intend to request an EVSE enhancement, but haven’t yet? The deadline to do so is August 31, 2019. Please note that EVSE enhancement requests cannot be submitted if the corresponding vehicle voucher requests are on the HVIP waitlist.
  2. ePTO Guidance Update: Effective 6/10/2019, changes are in effect of ePTO guidance and eligibility in HVIP. Click here for more details.
  3. Low NOx Incentives: Effective 6/6/2019, Low NOx vouchers for new vehicles are $45,000. Repowers for the L9N eligible engine qualify for a $50,000 voucher and repowers with the ISX12N eligible engine qualify for a $52,000 voucher.
  4. EVSE: Effective 6/10/2019, EVSE vouchers are required to complete an EVSE Voucher Request Form and an EVSE Redemption Form. The EVSE Voucher Request Form must be approved BEFORE qualifying EVSE is ordered.
  5. Large Orders: CARB is implementing a review of large voucher requests to ensure incentives do not exceed incremental cost maximums as specified in the FY18-19 Funding Plan, and to help maximize funding availability within the constraints of annual budgets. Effective June 18, large voucher requests, defined as 100 or more vouchers for the same fleet in a 12-month period, are subject to CARB review and approval before voucher-request approval. CARB may reduce voucher amounts on a case-by-case basis to ensure that incentive amounts are consistent with incremental cost policy defined in the Funding Plan. Fleets and dealerships are encouraged to coordinate with CARB regarding large orders prior to submitting a voucher request.


The greatest barrier to purchasing cleaner trucks and buses is the higher price tag.

HVIP provides point-of-sale discounts to vehicle purchasers. There’s no waiting for a rebate check or a tax credit. HVIP works directly with truck and bus dealers to apply the voucher incentive at the time of purchase.

Why do we need cleaner trucks and buses?

Today, trucks and buses are responsible for 37 percent of California’s greenhouse gas and criteria emissions. By deploying new electric, hybrid, and natural gas trucks and buses, fleets can help reduce these emissions.



Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

Compressed Natural Gas Trucks

All of the engine families we convert have been put through the rigorous approval processes of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and/or the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure quality, safety and emissions standards. This is a crucial difference in our systems and converted vehicles over other “kits” which do not meet state and federal legal requirements.

We constantly added to our product portfolio based on demand and pursue the required CARB and EPA approvals.

All of our vehicles are backed with our comprehensive service and warranty support.

Available For these Makes:
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ford isuzu

  • Isuzu N-Series
  • Ford E-250/350
  • Ford E-450
  • Ford Transit Connect
  • Ford F-250/350
  • Ford F-450/550

NPR/NPR HD Gas

Base Model Description NPR GAS NPR HD GAS
Dimensions
-Wheelbase (in.) 109, 132.5, 150.0, 176.0
-Cab to Axle (in.) 86.5, 110.0, 127.5, 153.5
-Cab to End of Frame (in.) 129.6, 153.1, 170.6, 196.6
-Overall Length (in.) 200.5, 224.0, 241.5, 267.5
-Body Length (ft.) 10-12, 14, 16-18, 20
GVWR/GCWR 12,000/18,000 lbs. 14,500/20,500 lbs.
Body/Payload Allowance 1 7,035-7,210 lbs. 9,215-9,390 lbs.
GAWR
-Front 4,700 lbs. 5,360 lbs.
-Rear 7,950 lbs. 9,880 lbs.
Front Axle Capacity 6,830 lbs.
Rear Axle
-Capacity 11,020 lbs.
-Ratio (AT) 4.777 5.125
Suspension, Front & Rear2
-Type Tapered/Multi-Leaf
-Front Suspension Capacity 8,440 lbs.
-Rear Suspension Capacity 9,880 lbs.
Frame
-Section Modulus 7.20 in.3
-Resistance Bending Moment 316,800 lbs.-ft./in.
Service Brakes
-System Vacuum/Hydraulic w/4-Channel ABS
-Front Disc
-Rear Drum
Transmission 4L80-E Hydra-Matic 4-Speed Auto w/Lock-Up Torque Converter & OD
Engine
-Type Vortec 6000 V8 SFI
-Displacement 6.0 L (365.0 CID)
-Horsepower (Gross) 325 HP @ 5,000 RPM
-Torque (Gross) 360 lb/ft@ 4,400 RPM
Alternator 145A w/ Integral Regulator
Batteries (CCA) 1 Battery @ 750 CCA, Maintenance Free
Tires 215/85R-16E (10 Ply) 225/70R-19.5F (12 Ply)
Steering Integral Hydraulic Power
Steering Column Tilt & Telescopic
Fuel Tank 24.5GGE – 49GGE configurations available
NOTE*
1 Body/Payload allowance is combined weight of body, equipment, payload and occupants.
2 With front stabilizer bar and front & rear shock absorbers.

Ford E-250/350 VanE-250/350

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • CARB and EPA certified
  • OBD-II compliant
  • SULEV
  • CNG Fuel Capable Engine
  • “Ford Approved” System
  • OEM warranty not voided
  • FMVSS-303 compliant (Crash Tested)
  • Dedicated CNG operation
  • HOV lane eligible in many states
  • Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor
  • Order from your Ford dealer with the CNG option

TARGETED USERS

  • Utility/Municipal fleets
  • Business/Service fleets
  • Individual use

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 5.4 Liter Ford CNG Fuel Capable Engine
  • Warranty:
  • 3 year/50,000 miles (Standard limited warranty)
  • 8 year/80,000 miles (Emission-related components)
  • Standard Fuel Capacity – 20 Gasoline Gallons Equivalent (GGE)
  • Extended Range Capacity with Optional Interior Tank – 25 or 30 GGE
  • Approximate Net Weight Change – 415 lbs

Ford E-450 Cutaway ShuttleE-450 Cutaway

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • CARB and EPA certified
  • OBD-II compliant
  • CNG Fuel Capable Engine
  • “Ford Recognized” System
  • OEM warranty not voided
  • Dedicated CNG operation
  • Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor
  • Order from your bus dealer with the CNG option

TARGETED USERS

  • Airport shuttle
  • Transit/Paratransit shuttle
  • Courtesy shuttles
  • Cut-away or box truck option

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 6.8 Liter V10 CNG Fuel Capable Engine
  • Warranty:
  • 3 year/50,000 miles (Standard limited warranty)
  • 8 year/80,000 miles (Emission-related components)
  • Standard Fuel Capacity – 29 Gasoline Gallons Equivalents (GGE)
  • Extended Range Capacity Available (Contact us for more information)
  • Approximate Net Weight Change – 425 lbs

Ford Transit Connect

Ford Transit Connect

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • CARB and EPA certified
  • OBD-II compliant
  • SULEV
  • OEM warranty not voided
  • Dedicated CNG operation
  • HOV lane eligible in many states
  • Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor
  • Order from your Ford dealer with the CNG option

TARGETED USERS

  • Taxi fleets
  • Utility fleets
  • Telecommunication fleets
  • Business fleets
  • Municipal fleets

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 2.0 Liter 4-Cylinder Engine
  • Warranty:
  • 3 year/50,000 miles (standard limited warranty)
  • 8 year/80,000 miles (Emission-related components)
  • Standard Fuel Capacity – 14 Gasoline Gallons Equivalent (GGE)

Ford F-250/350 Pickup

Ford F-250/350 Pickup

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • BAF CalComp System™
  • CARB and EPA certified
  • OBD-II compliant
  • SULEV
  • OEM warranty not voided
  • Dedicated CNG operation
  • HOV lane eligible in many states
  • Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor
  • Order from your Ford dealer with the CNG option

TARGETED USERS

  • Utility/Municipal fleets (standard pickups, utility bodies, service vehicles)
  • Business/Service fleets (standard pickups, utility bodies, service vehicles)
  • Individual use

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 6.2 Liter V8 Engine
  • Warranty:
  • 3 year / 50,000 miles (Standard limited warranty)
  • 8 year / 80,000 miles (Emission-related components)
  • Standard Fuel Capacity – 20.0 Gasoline Gallons Equivalent (GGE)
  • Extended Range Capacity Available (Contact Us for more information)
  • Approximate Net Weight Change – 375 lbs

Ford F-450/550 Truck

Ford F-450/550 Truck

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

  • CARB and EPA certified
  • OBD-II compliant
  • “Ford Approved” System
  • OEM warranty not voided
  • Dedicated CNG operation
  • Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor
  • Order from your dealer

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 6.8 Liter V10
  • Warranty:
  • 3 year / 50,000 miles (Standard limited warranty)
  • 8 year / 80,000 miles (Emission-related components)
  • Range: Contact Us for more information
  • Approximate Net Weight Change – 425 lbs

Hino Hybrid Trucks
  • [1] 100% STEEL CONSTRUCTED, 78.5 INCH WIDE CAB
  • [2] REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY WITH POWER WINDOWS AND POWER DOOR LOCKS (OPTION )
  • [3] CAB COLOR OPTIONS : BLACK, GREEN, RED, SILVER, WHITE, OR YELLOW
  • [4] HINO J05E-TP 5L TURBO DIESEL ENGINE: 210 HP, 440LB.-FT. TORQUE
  • [5] AISIN A465, 6-SPEED, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
  • [6] 4.7 GALLON DEF TANK WITH FLUID LEVEL GAUGE
  • [7] HYBRID SYSTEM POWER CONTROL UNIT WITH NI-MH BATTERY(HINO 155H & 195H MODELS ONLY)
  • [8] 33 INCH FRAME WIDTH
  • [9] 56,900 PSI FRAME
  • [10] 30 GALLON CENTER MOUNTED FUEL TANK
The Hino JO5E Series Engine produces 210 HP and 440 lb.-ft. torque – engineered for maximize performance and fuel economy. The Aisin A465, 6 speed automatic transmission is standard on every COE. Aisin is a leader in the industry with over 40 years experience manufacturing durable, quality transmissions. Diesel-Electric Hybrid System Power Control Unit. Features the world’s first Hybrid Adaptive Control System that continuously communicates with the Engine Control Unit (ECU) to evaluate driving and road conditions to optimize the truck’s fuel economy and performance.
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Emissions Reduction System. Proprietary technology that lowers NOx emissions by more than 80%. A 30 gallon center mounted fuel tank is standard on all COE models (pictured above). A 33 gallon side mounted fuel tank is optional. Hybrid System Mode Indicator and ECO Drive Display. Designed to keep the driver informed of the Hybrid system’s operating mode and provide visual feedback (display turns green with optimized ECO driving) to encourage fuel efficient driving and reduced emissions.
Ergonomically Designed Interior with Versatile Mobile Office Workspace. The standard folding center seat with seat back console serves as a work station desk top and the center console cup holders are designed to be used as an easily accessible clipboard/notebook holder. Available Crew Cab option seats an additional 3 people comfortably, making the COE perfect for a wide range of applications such as Landscape, Vehicle Towing, and Construction.

Q: Can I convert my existing gasoline powered vehicle to propane or CNG fuel?

A: Unfortunately, No. In California existing vehicles cannot be converted. Only new vehicles can be converted, prior to delivery to the end user.



Q: How much does CNG cost and where can I buy it?

A: visit www.cngprices.com for accurate pricing and locations



Q: What type of fuel mileage does a CNG vehicle get?

A: CNG vehicles achieve the equivalent mileage of a gasoline engine. For example, if a 2012 transit-connect  gets EPA-estimated 21 city/27hwy/23combined MPG, you can expect the same fuel mileage from CNG.



Q: Can I convert my diesel engine to propane or CNG? Do you offer propane or CNG injection?

A: We do not offer these types of systems, they are not CARB approved, therefore not legal for sale in California



Q: Are there incentives to purchase alternative fuel and/or hybrid vehicles?

A: Yes. California Energy Commission and AQMD’s have offered incentives for alternative fuel vehicles. These are typically offered on a first-come first-served basis, until funding is exhausted. Currently there is an opportunity with SCAQMD, the deadline is Sept 28,2012 to submit applications.
Hybrid funding is available through the California HVIP program. Visit www.californiahvip.org for more information on this program.



Q: What type of range can I expect with a CNG vehicle:

A: It depends. With commercial vehicles we can add fuel tanks for extended range. This will depend on the body configuration of the vehicle, but typically we us a minimum 24GGE tank on medium-duty vehicles. For practicality, use 22 gallons X expected fuel mileage to calculate your range.



Q: How is CNG measured? 

A: Typically, natural gas is measured in cubic feet. However, however for motor vehicles it is measured in “GGE”. GGE means Gasoline Gallon Equivalent. 24GGE = 24 gallons gasoline equivalent

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