42 U.S. Code § 16091a - Clean school bus program 11 This section is substantially identical to section 16091 of this title.
In the case of eligible recipients identified under clauses (ii) and (iii) of subparagraph (A), the Administrator shall establish timely and appropriate requirements for notice and may establish timely and appropriate requirements for approval by the public school systems that would be served by buses purchased or retrofit using grant funds made available under this section.
The term “retrofit technology” means a particulate filter or other emissions control equipment that is verified or certified by the Administrator or the California Air Resources Board as an effective emission reduction technology when installed on an existing school bus.
The term “ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel” means diesel fuel that contains sulfur at not more than 15 parts per million.
The Administrator, in consultation with the Secretary and other appropriate Federal departments and agencies, shall establish a program for awarding grants on a competitive basis to eligible recipients for the replacement of, retrofit (including repowering, aftertreatment, and remanufactured engines) of, or purchase of alternative fuels for, certain existing school buses. The awarding of grants for the purchase of alternative fuels should be consistent with the historic funding levels of the program for such purchase.
New school buses and retrofit technology shall be maintained, operated, and fueled according to manufacturer recommendations or State requirements.
The Administrator may award grants under this section for up to 100 percent of the retrofit technologies and installation costs.
Not later than 90 days after August 10, 2005, the Administrator shall develop an education outreach program to promote and explain the grant program.
The outreach program shall be designed and conducted in conjunction with national school bus transportation associations and other stakeholders.
 This section is substantially identical to
 So in original. The word “achieve” probably should not appear.
 So in original. No subpar. (B) was enacted.
Section was enacted as part of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users or the SAFETEA–LU, and not as part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 which comprises this chapter.
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