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Highlights From the Rypos September 2021 TRU Dealer Webinar

Posted by Rypos on Oct 5, 2021 7:00:00 AM

On September 22nd, Rypos held our quarterly TRU Dealer Webinar.

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Tags: CARB, TRU, ARB

California use of Technology and Partnerships to Identify Trucking Emissions Violators

Posted by Rypos on Oct 4, 2021 11:00:00 AM

With the increased utilization of technology in the trucking industry,  air quality regulators have found new and novel approaches to enforcing emissions.  From fleet management monitoring systems to data collection from onboard sensors, regulators have better visibility into emissions violations, leading to more effective enforcement.

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Tags: CARB, Regulation, TRU, ARB

Highlights From the Rypos June 2021 TRU Dealer Webinar

Posted by Rypos on Jul 19, 2021 11:31:01 AM

On June 23rd, Rypos held our quarterly TRU Dealer Webinar.

The topics included a market update, discussion on increased CARB activity, a review of our Carrier & Thermo King filter availability, Rypos' new product releases, and a review of ARB’s compliance regulation for retrofits.

A summary of our presentation follows:

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Tags: CARB, TRU, ARB

Understanding California Air Quality Management District

Posted by Rypos on Jun 10, 2021 12:30:00 PM

California has 35 local Air Districts regulated by the California Air Resources Board which are responsible for regional air quality planning, monitoring, and facility permitting. The districts issue legislation and administer air quality improvement programs. These Air Quality Management Districts, or AQMD's, are the California Air Resources Board's primary partners in ensuring clean air across the state of California. 

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Tags: California, Regulation, Emissions, Air Quality, AQMD

Proposed Expansion of the Non-Road Diesel Engine Emission Regulation (Bylaw 1161)

Posted by Rypos on Jun 10, 2021 12:30:00 PM

Metro Vancouver is proposing amendments to their Non-Road Diesel Engine Emission Regulation ByLaw in efforts to reduce harmful emissions from non-road diesel engines. 

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Tags: Regulation, Emissions, Diesel Particulate, Diesel, Bylaw 1161, Canada

COVID-19 Impact on Worldwide Data Center Cooling Industry to 2025

Posted by Rypos on Jun 1, 2021 9:30:00 AM

The global data center cooling market size is expected to grow at a CAGR, or Compound Annual Growth Rate, of 3% over the period of 2019-2025. The United States dominates the global data center cooling industry with more than 135 facilities and investments accounting for 15-20% of the industry. 

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Tags: Data Center, COVID-19, Global Market, Data Operations

Join RYPOS at the Annual NEHES Spring Seminar on Friday, June 11th in Danvers MA

Posted by Rypos on May 24, 2021 6:00:00 AM

Join RYPOS at the Annual NEHES Spring Seminar

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Tags: Facilites, NEHES, Engineering

Learn More About the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program

Posted by Rypos on May 19, 2021 11:30:00 AM

Understanding the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program

The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program) is a California engine retrofit and replacement program implemented through the cooperative efforts of 35 local air districts such as the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The Carl Moyer Program provides grant funding to encourage the voluntary purchase of cleaner-than-required engines, equipment, and emission reduction technologies in an effort to rapidly reduce air pollution.

Over the past 22 years, the Carl Moyer Program has allocated nearly $1 billion towards reducing smog-forming and toxic emissions and continues to provide over $60 million in grant funding each year to clean up older polluting engines throughout California.

The regulatory, technological, and incentives landscape has changed since the inception of the Carl Moyer Program, and California Legislature has recently modified the Program to better serve California. Most recently, Senate Bill (SB) 513 has created new opportunities for the Program to contribute significant emission reductions alongside implemented regulations, advance zero and near-zero technologies, and combine program funds with those of other incentive programs.

The Carl Moyer Program provides funding in five categories of heavy-duty diesel engines:

  1. Agricultural Vehicles and Equipment - Project examples: repower and or retrofit irrigation pumps.
  2. Locomotives - Project examples: alternative switchers, idle limiting devices, remanufactured engines, and repower and/or retrofit.
  3. Marine Vehicles and Equipment - Project examples: repower and/or retrofit commercial vessels, new vessel purchase, and cold ironing oceangoing vessels.
  4. Off-road Vehicles and Equipment - Project examples: repower, retrofit and replace tractors and other agricultural equipment, construction equipment, airport ground support equipment, forklifts.
  5. On-road Vehicles and Equipment - Project examples: repower, retrofit or replace heavy-duty trucks, and buses.

There are three forms of funding an applicant may receive under the Carl Moyer Program:

  1. Up to 100% of the retrofit costs—including installation (installing particle traps or diesel oxidation catalysts)
  2. Up to 85% of repower costs, including installation. Repowering is the replacement of the in-use engine with a new engine.
  3. Up to 25% of new vehicle or equipment purchases that are cleaner than the law requires
  4. Up to 85% of the new equipment (Off-Road category only)
  5. Up to $45,000 for a new heavy-duty diesel truck On-Road Voucher Incentive Program

How to Start the Process

Local air districts administer Moyer Program grants and select projects to fund. Contact your local air district to find out how you can apply and receive funding.

To find your local air district, learn more information on eligible project categories, or calculate potential grants use these helpful links:
 

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Tags: CARB, Pollution, Grants

How The Smallest Amounts of Pollution Impact COVID-19 Fatality Rates

Posted by Rypos on May 13, 2021 2:00:00 PM

A new study from Harvard's school of public health reveals dirty air in the United States can be linked to higher death rates from COVID-19. These scientists discovered that counties with elevated levels of fine particulate matter known as PM 2.5 in the air were linked to a higher likelihood to die from the virus. 

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Tags: Pollution, COVID-19, Environment

California's Diesel Emissions Rules Reduce Air Pollution, Protect Vulnerable Communities

Posted by Rypos on May 3, 2021 10:30:00 AM
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Tags: California, CARB, Regulation, Air Quality, Pollution