The Commonwealth Financing Authority will be accepting applications for its Alternative and Clean Energy Grant Program starting February 1. Applications are due April 1.
The program funds activities to promote the utilization, development and construction of alternative and clean energy projects, infrastructure associated with compressed natural gas and liquified natural gas fueling stations, plus energy efficiency and energy conservation projects in the state.
Applicants are strongly urged to contact their House and Senate member to make them aware you intend to submit an application for funding under theses programs.
The CFA Board will consider these applications at its May meeting.For more information and instructions on how to apply, visit the Commonwealth Financing Authority Alternative and Clean Energy Grant Program webpage. Eligible applicants are encouraged to call 717-787-6245 to discuss potential projects.