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Salem, OR—Salem, OR – February 5, 2018 – The Oregon Office of Emergency Management has available funds to eligible applicants for the installation of generator connectors on fuel sources at card lock facilities in the state. The funds are available through the Fuel Storage Facility Compatibility Fund grant program, which provides funds to public and private fueling stations licensed under Oregon Revised Statute, Chapter 480.350. The program funds the installation of emergency generator connectors at fuel facilities that use card lock technology. The generator connectors will allow publically-owned generators to be connected in times of emergency, to provide fueling for life-saving and first responder needs.

Grant funds are distributed on a reimbursement basis to eligible licensed commercial public or private card lock facility owner/operators. The maximum grant award is $4,000. For more information on the Fuel Storage Facility Compatibility Fund Grant, application instructions and eligible expenses, visit http://www.oregon.gov/OEM/emresources/Grants/Pages...

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Cory Grogan
503-378-3930
Public.info@oem.state.or.us
Paula Negele
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