Green Freight Assessment
Notice: The Call for Assessment Project proposals is open. Apply Now!
Companies headquartered in Canada can apply for funding of up to 50%, to a maximum of $10,000, towards the hiring of a third-party to perform a fleet energy assessment. Fleet assessments provide a thorough review and analysis of a fleet’s performance and result in tailored recommendations on how a company can improve their fuel efficiency through retrofits and fuel-switching.
How to apply?
- Companies review the Application Guide and review the Assessment Expectations document to ensure your proposal meets the program’s minimum requirements.
- Obtain a quote for the assessment by their qualified assessor of choice.
- Contact us if you would like to receive a list of assessors that have demonstrated experience with Fleet Energy Assessments.
- Apply for funding of an Assessment Project through an online application form with a quote from their assessor.
- The Program will fully assess the complete proposals and provide a status update within five business days.
- The application period is open until March 31, 2021.
- Once your Assessment Project has been selected for funding, an NRCan Project Officer will contact your company to outline how to proceed.
- Approved projects will be offered financing until all funds have been committed. After that, applicants will be placed on a wait list as they are approved. Wait listed applicants will be updated on a regular basis as to their place in the queue.
- Demonstrate at least 50% of secured funding of their share of the project costs;
- Demonstrate their engagement a the green freight energy assessor of their choice through a quote;
- Applicants must be legal entities validly incorporated or registered in Canada and
- Green freight assessments include medium-duty-vehicles (Class 5 & 6) and heavy-duty-vehicles (Class 7, 8a, & 8b) only.
Who can conduct a Green Freight Assessment?
Not sure where to start? Contact us by email to obtain a list of assessors that have demonstrated experience with Fleet Energy Assessments. Companies can also choose a third party assessor outside of the NRCan list but should consider the following:
- Is the firm actively involved in working with medium/heavy-duty fleets?
- Does the firm have the knowledge and capacity to provide recommendations on a fleet’s performance and/or efficiency?
- What tool/methodology will be used to conduct analysis on the data?
- For more information on what to expect from your assessment, please review the Green Freight Assessment Expected Outcomes.
To be considered for inclusion on our list as an assessor, please send us an email to receive a questionnaire to demonstrate your experience.
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