While Iowa's primary alternative fuel focus for the past decade has been ethanol and biofuels, they have incorporated natural gas into their incentive programs and legislation. The state currently has only a few stations, and thereby no countable natural gas vehicles.
Iowa offers state "demonstration" grants for the purchase of AFVs, and a loan program for the building of infrastructure at up to 50% of the costs. Iowa also offers loans and state tax credit programs for alternative fuel production projects.
The state has AFV purchase/conversion requirements for may of its state agency fleets.
Bi-fuel conversion vehicles must be registered within 30-days of the conversion and obtain a fuel identification sticker from the county of residence.
|Legislative Session Dates:||January 13 - May 1|
This state was last examined and updated in July, 2016.