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Renewable Heating and Cooling and District Energy Solicitation
The commercial-scale renewable heating and cooling and district energy solicitation deadline has been extended to September 30, 2014.
Please note that on May 15, 2014 the commercial-scale ground-source heat pump construction grant level has been increased. Please see Section 1.3 of the updated Solicitation for further information.
The commercial-scale renewable heating and cooling and district energy solicitation offers construction grants for qualifying renewable thermal projects implementing biomass boiler technology, ground source heat pumps and/or qualified district energy systems. Grants are also available for feasibility, design and engineering studies.
This program seeks applications from:
- Public, private, vocational and regional schools serving any subset of grades K-12
- Municipal buildings
- Not-for-profit organizations
This solicitation is offered jointly by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Department of Energy Resources (DOER).
Potential applicants must review the solicitation for applications posted below. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through 3 p.m., September 30th, 2014 or until the funding is exhausted, whichever comes first. Only complete applications will be considered. During the application period, MassCEC and DOER will accept and review applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Grants will be awarded to qualifying projects until funding in each technology category is exhausted. MassCEC and DOER reserve the right to re-allocate funding across technology categories.
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