Friday, November 13, 2020

PA Energy Development Authority Meets Nov. 30 On Grant Applications

PA Energy Development Authority is scheduled to hold a virtual meeting on November 30 to review grant applications. (formal notice)

In August, the Authority invited applications for  PEDA Energy Restart Grants to assist with the completion of eligible energy projects disrupted as a result of the COVID pandemic.  Approximately $2 million in funding was available.[Read more here.]

The mission of the Authority is to provide financial and technical assistance to energy projects that will expand the market for the Commonwealth's clean and diverse energy portfolio while mitigating the impacts of climate change, improving public health and protecting the environment, and strengthening economic development.

The meeting will start at 1:00 p.m.  Instructions for joining the meeting will be posted on the Authority webpage.

For more information and available handouts, visit DEP’s PA Energy Development Authority webpage.  Questions should be directed to David Althoff at or 717-783-0542.

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[Posted: November 13, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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