Alternative Fuel and Technology Grants
The University of Minnesota's Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment offers various types of grants to promote statewide economic development; sustainable, healthy and diverse ecosystems; and national energy security through development of bio-based and other renewable resources and processes. Eligible projects include those focused on environmentally sound production of energy, including transportation fuels such as hydrogen and biofuels, from renewable sources; development of energy conservation and efficient energy utilization technologies; energy storage technologies; and analysis of policy options to facilitate adoption of technologies that use or produce low-carbon renewable energy. As of July 2012, funds are available through 2012. (Reference Minnesota Statutes 116C.779)
Type: State Incentives
Enacted: May 19, 2009
Technologies: Biodiesel, Ethanol, Hydrogen Fuel Cells
See all Minnesota Laws and Incentives.