Grants for Industrial Energy Efficiency
The Ohio Energy Office (OEO) is offering grants on a first-come, first-served basis to support the implementation of certain energy-efficiency projects. Projects must be installed in Ohio. Grants are available to implement energy-efficiency projects in manufacturing facilities in Ohio. Grant awards will provide funding for 25% of a project’s cost, with a maximum grant award of $50,000. Applicants are encouraged to finance the balance of the project cost utilizing an Advanced Energy Fund (AEF)-linked deposit. The maximum Advanced Energy Fund (AEF)-linked deposit is $500,000. All project components must be new, and energy efficiency must be demonstrated. A minimum of 15% energy-use reduction from existing conditions is required. New construction projects must show (by theoretical model) a 15% reduction in energy use from the standard code requirement. In general, projects that involve lighting technologies, HVAC technologies, refrigeration, motors (including combined heat and power), and building envelopes are eligible for funding. Contact: Ohio Department of Development, Energy Office, 77 South High Street, 26th Floor
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