Pennsylvania Offers $10 Million for Clean Energy Projects
April 13, 2005
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PDEP) announced on April 1st the availability of $10 million for clean energy projects within the state. The funding is available for grants, loans, and loan guarantees for projects and research involving solar, wind, biomass, and geothermal power, as well as low-impact hydropower and fuel cells. The funds could also go to energy efficiency projects and energy recovery and load management systems. Some coal technologies also qualify for funding. All projects must relate to electric power. See the PDEP press release.