Grant: $29,760,600 - Department of Energy - Sep. 14, 2009
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Award Description: The grant consists of two components. The Sub-grant program for small municipalities ($27,079,705) will provide grant funding for small municipalities that did not receive direct formula grants from DOE's EECBG Funding Opportunity Announcement. Funding will be awarded for eligible projects through a regional competitive selection process. Eligible projects include: energy efficiency retrofits, transportation efficiency measures, material conservation programs, energy distribution technologies, renewable energy technologies, and energy efficiency and conservation strategies. The New York State Energy Code Program ($2,680,895) will undertake activities to increase the awareness, understanding and compliance with the New York State Energy Code.
Project Description: The grant was awarded on 9/14/09. NYSERDA is developing an RFP for a competitive sub-grant program for small municipalities. Eligible uses of this funding include projects such as: energy efficiency retrofits; transportation efficiency measures include synchronization of traffic signals, programs to reduce vehicle miles traveled, and idling reduction technologies; material conservation strategies including recycling and source reduction; energy distribution technologies such as combined heat and power systems; energy efficient street and traffic signal lighting; renewable technologies for local government buildings; and regional planning activities. NYSERDA will select projects based on projected energy savings, greenhouse gas emission reduction, ability to implement projects expeditiously, and participation in national and State programs focused on energy efficiency and green practices. Funds will be allocated regionally to assure equitable distribution.
Infrastructure Description: None
Jobs Summary: No job information is reported yet, as the grant was only awarded on 9/14/09. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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