Grant: $544,500 - Department of Energy - Sep. 28, 2009
50% voted satisfied - 50% voted not satisfied - 2 vote(s) cast
Award Description: The EECBG program was developed with the goals of reducing energy use and fossil fuel emissions, reducing total energy use of eligible entities, and providing improvements to energy efficiency. The City of Bradenton's program will reduce energy usage by installing solar panels to the City Centre, Water and Waster Water Treatment Plants. The projected average monthly utility savings is $4,319 with a cost of solar energy being $0.17 per kWh. A reduction in Green House emissions is expected to be 1,887 tons of CO2.
Project Description: No activities to report as project commencement is Oct 1, 2009.
Jobs Summary: Position will work with Code Enforcement, Housing and Enterprise Zone Business Program in an effort to develop an energy efficiency plan that would encourage use of energy efficient methods in construction. To encourage use of energy efficient applicane or green building, State Sales Tax rebate incentives may apply through the Florida Enterprise Zone Program. (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Not Started
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