Interested in Renewable project larger than 10kW at your (MA) school?
Submitted by Renewable Energy Trust
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MTC), as administrator of the Renewable Energy Trust Fund (the Trust), is pleased to announce that it is now seeking applications for the Large Onsite Renewables Initiative (LORI) Feasibility Study and Design & Construction Grants.
MTC is accepting grant applications for development of eligible renewable energy projects with greater than 10 kilowatts of nameplate capacity that are located at commercial, industrial, institutional, and public facilities that will consume more than 25% of the renewable energy generated by the project on-site. The applicant and project site must be a customer of a Massachusetts investor-owned electric distribution utility. The grant awards may be used to facilitate the installation of renewable energy projects on existing buildings (retrofits) or in conjunction with new construction/major renovation projects, including green buildings.
Applications are due February 28, 2007– 3:00PM.
Please use this link to access the solicitation, application, and other associated documents:
If you have any questions about the solicitation, please submit them in writing. Answers to all questions will be periodically posted at this same location on MTC's web site.
Thank you for your continued interest in the activities of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust.
Project Manager, Jon Abe
508.870.0312 x 216