2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 26:2C-8.54 - Allocation of moneys in fund, application for reimbursement.

NJ Rev Stat § 26:2C-8.54 (2013) What's This?

26:2C-8.54 Allocation of moneys in fund, application for reimbursement.

29. a. Moneys in the fund shall be allocated and used to provide reimbursement to the owners of regulated vehicles or regulated equipment for 100% of the costs of the purchase and installation of the retrofit device pursuant to P.L.2005, c.219 (C.26:2C-8.26 et al.), other than fuel.

b.The owner or operator of a regulated vehicle or piece of regulated equipment seeking the reimbursement authorized in subsection a. of this section shall file an application on a form to be developed by the State Treasurer and the Department of Environmental Protection, with the department, with the documentation required by the department and the State Treasurer pursuant to section 30 of P.L.2005, c.219 (C.26:2C-8.55). Neither the State Treasurer nor the Department of Environmental Protection may charge an application fee.

c.Upon a determination that an application for reimbursement meets all established criteria for an award from the fund, the Department of Environmental Protection and the State Treasurer shall approve the application. Upon the department approval of an application for reimbursement from the fund, the State Treasurer shall award the reimbursement to an owner upon the availability of sufficient moneys in the fund. If moneys in the fund are not sufficient at any point to fund all applications for reimbursement that have been approved by the State Treasurer, the State Treasurer shall award reimbursement to approved owners based upon the date of approval of the application.


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