Grant: $128,148,027 - Department of Energy - Mar. 31, 2009
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Award Description: FUNDING TO BE USED TO INCREASE THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF DWELLINGS OWNED OR OCCUPIED BY LOW-INCOME PERSONS, REDUCE THEIR TOTAL RESIDENTIAL EXPENDITURES AND IMPROVE THEIR HEALTH AND SAFETY.
Project Description: Regional ARRA ramp-up meetings were held with subgrantees. Subgrants were awarded to 18 Weatherization agencies. 254 homes have been weatherized by the subgrant agencies through September 30, 2009. Missouri Department of Natural Resources Energy Center (MDNR/EC) staff attended the National Weatherization Technical Conference held in Indianapolis, Indiana in July. MDNR/EC staff also attended the National NASCSP Conference held in Minnesota in September. U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Davis-Bacon training was held at St. Charles and Kansas City, Missouri in September for subgrantees and contractors. The DOL issued the wage rate determinations for Missouri in September. The MDNR/EC has hired 3 new employees since the start of the grant. The new technical staff attended Building Performance Institute (BPI) training in Rolla, Missouri. The MDNR/EC has 4 technical staff that are BPI certified.
Jobs Summary: Energy Specialists (provide assistance to and monitor agencies), Weatherization Auditors (perform energy audits), Administrative Assistants (clerical), Data Entry Clerks (client intakes), Chief Auditors (supervise auditors and perform energy audits), Construction Chief Inspectors (supervise crews & perform inspections), Weatherization Workers (perform weatherization measures on homes), Serviceman/Installer (HVAC clean & tune, installation), Plumber/Pipefitter (HVAC clean & tune, installation), Foreman/Carpenter (perform weatherization measures on homes), Apprentices (perform weatherization measures on homes). Prime and Sub recipient data was compiled by DNR Energy Center staff and converted to FTEs using the following formula: Calculation of jobs created or retained = cumulative ARRA hours worked between 4/1/09 - 9/30/09 divided by cumulative hours in a full-time schedule between 4/1/09 - 9/30/09. (Total jobs reported: 27)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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|DELTA AREA ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY CORPORATION||$3,188,992||PORTAGEVILLE||MO|
|EAST MISSOURI ACTION AGENCY, INC.||$3,067,468||PARK HILLS||MO|
|ECONOMIC SECURITY CORP OF SOUTHWEST AREA||$2,975,131||JOPLIN||MO|
|COMMUNITY SERVICES INC||$2,201,350||MARYVILLE||MO|
|Green Hill's Community Action Agency||$1,308,993||TRENTON||MO|
|CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION||$3,647,966||COLUMBIA||MO|
|Urban League of Metropolitan St Louis||$7,357,491||SAINT LOUIS||MO|
|JEFFERSON-FRANKLIN COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION||$2,334,018||HILLSBORO||MO|
|KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, CITY OF||$9,109,303||KANSAS CITY||MO|
|Comm Action AG of St. Louis Cty, Inc.||$7,031,422||SAINT LOUIS||MO|
|MISSOURI OZARKS COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.||$3,123,778||RICHLAND||MO|
|MISSOURI VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$2,365,151||MARSHALL||MO|
|North East Community Action Corporation||$3,735,881||BOWLING GREEN||MO|
|NORTHEAST MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$825,491||KIRKSVILLE||MO|
|OZARK ACTION INC||$2,401,827||WEST PLAINS||MO|
|OZARKS AREA COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION||$7,083,958||SPRINGFIELD||MO|
|SOUTH CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$2,155,948||WINONA||MO|
|WEST CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$2,713,804||APPLETON CITY||MO|
|COMMUNITY SERVICES INC||$98,917||MARYVILLE||MO|
|Urban League of Metropolitan St Louis||$48,260||SAINT LOUIS||MO|