Manitoba goes GREEEN again

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WINNIPEG, Man. — Manitoba fleets and owner/operators will once again be able to tap into funding for fuel-saving technologies under the province’s resurrected GrEEEn (Economically and Environmentally Efficient) Trucking incentive program.

The program is run by Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, the Manitoba Trucking Association and the University of Manitoba Transport Institute.

To receive funding, fleets or owner/operators must invest at least $2,000 into approved fuel-saving technologies. They can then receive 15-25% of the value of the capital investment, up to a maximum of $2,500 per unit.

The deadline for applications is Nov. 30, but coordinators warn the program will be cut short once the funds are used up.

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