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As we renew our commitment to our planet this Earth Day, we can be proud of the progress we are making toward reducing emissions by focusing on clean transportation, energy efficiency, clean energy, offsetting carbon emissions and more.
The Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy provides programs and assistance for local governments in Delaware. Find information on grants, rebates and sustainability help for local government. Find the Information You Need
The Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy provides programs and assistance for residents and property owners. Find information on grants, rebates and programs for residents. Find the Information You Need
The Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy provides programs and assistance for business owners. Find information on grants, rebates and programs for businesses. Find the Information You Need
The transportation of non-hazardous solid waste (including scrap tires and infectious waste), and hazardous waste (including used oil), is subject to regulation in Delaware.
Compliance and Permitting Section 89 Kings Highway Dover, DE 19901 302-739-9403
A listing of applications for the Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances for permits to transport regulated RCRA hazardous and/or non-hazardous solid wastes in, out of, or through the State of Delaware.
Delaware has several programs designed to reduce diesel emissions, which can have significant negative impacts to overall air quality, from vehicles.
Deanna Morozowich Division of Air Quality 302-739-9402
Report idling violations
A 2017 agreement between the federal government and the Volkswagen Corporation (VW) created an Environmental Mitigation Trust to fund projects that mitigate air quality impacts from high-emitting diesel vehicles and engines. Delaware’s share of the Environmental Mitigation Trust is approximately $9.6 million. DNREC has developed a mitigation plan to accept and distribute these funds to
Delaware has several programs designed to reduce air emissions by promoting clean fuels and alternative vehicle use.
James Coverdale Division of Air Quality 302-739-9402
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Workplace Charging is Important About 98 percent of electric vehicle charging is done at home or at work. Whether or not a workplace has a charging station can be a determining factor in an employee’s ability to purchase and commute with an electric car. Providing charging for employees provides several benefits to
Alternative fuel vehicles help us get from here to there with cleaner air and lower fueling costs. Electric cars, propane and natural gas vehicles, and bi-fuel vehicles are driven by Delawareans across all three counties. More hit the road in the US every day. Clean transportation is a crucial strategy in lowering our greenhouse gases
The Delaware Clean Cities Coalition helps Delaware residents, businesses, and fleet operators work together to reduce the use of petroleum, develop regional economic opportunities, and improve air quality. The Coalition is housed within the DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy.
The Alternative Bi-Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program provides incentives to encourage the use and deployment of bi-fuel vehicle technologies in Delaware. Bi-fuel vehicles for this program are defined as those vehicles that have two separate fueling systems that enable them to run on either propane or natural gas and a conventional fuel.
DNREC offers rebates to reduce the cost of electric vehicle charging stations that can be installed at multi-family dwellings, workplaces, outside businesses and in other public places.
Clean Vehicle Rebates Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy 302-735-3480
The US Department of Energy offers an Alternative Fuels Data Center with information, data, maps and online tools to help drivers, fleet managers, and transportation officials make full use of electric and other alternative fuel vehicles. The map widget below offers information about charging stations, by location. The information
The Clean Vehicle Rebate Program provides incentives for Delawareans and Delaware businesses to buy or lease new battery electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles. The vehicle rebate program encourages the deployment of battery electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles as part of Delaware’s commitment to innovation in the transportation sector, reducing greenhouse gases and improving
The DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy uses an integrated approach of applied science, education, policy development, and incentives to address Delaware’s climate, energy, and coastal challenges. Mission and Goals
Our Mission: To provide leadership