The PA Energy Development Authority this week announced it is accepting applications for $21 million in funding for innovative, advanced energy projects. Proposals are due May 29.
Eligible projects may include: solar energy; wind; low-impact hydropower; geothermal; biologically derived methane gas, including landfill gas; biomass; fuel cells; coal-mine methane; waste coal; integrated gasification combined cycle; demand management measures, including recycled energy and energy recovery, energy efficiency and load management; and clean, alternative fuels for transportation.
Priorities include distributed generation for critical public infrastructure.
Under this solicitation, PEDA may award financial assistance in the form of grants of up to $1.5 million. Funding for projects may be used for capital equipment, construction associated with capital projects and land acquisition. (formal notice)