Thursday, January 15, 2009

Money For My Business - Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant

The Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant Program, administered by DEP's Office of the Small Business Ombudsman, provides a 25 percent reimbursement grant, up to a maximum of $25,000, to enable Pennsylvania small businesses (businesses with 100 employees or fewer) to acquire certain pieces of equipment or adopt certain processes that promote energy efficiency. Well-designed energy efficiency projects can help small businesses cut operating costs and increase competitiveness, while simultaneously reducing Pennsylvania's energy demand. The reimbursement grants can be applied toward the cost of purchasing and installing numerous energy efficient items and systems, including geothermal heat pumps; energy efficient HVAC, lighting, and refrigeration systems; insulation and air sealing projects; etc.

The Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant Program will begin accepting applications on January 12, 2009 through May 1, 2009 or until funds are exhausted, whichever occurs first.

Published By: Knowledgeman
Published: 2009-01-15
Revised: 2011-03-05

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Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant Program
The funding for Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant Program is exhausted. Please click the link below to see if it has obtained additional funding. If the link is dead, the grant is CLOSED and is not currently excepting applications.
Small Business Energy Efficiency Grant Program Details (PADEP)

Please contact the Clarion University SBDC EMAP Program for assistance with applying for this grant.