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Indiana OED Solar Thermal Grant Program: Opens Aug. 1st, Closes Sept. 1st August 3, 2010

Posted by Laura Arnold in Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED).
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The Application period for this program begins August 1, 2010

The Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED) is pleased to offer $150,000 through the Indiana Solar Thermal (IST) grant program. The IST grant program will provide cost share grants to Indiana’s public, non-profit, and business sectors for the purchase and installation of solar water heating systems that will help offset fossil fuel usage and create jobs.  Solar energy systems make use of non-fossil fuel resources to produce clean, home-grown thermal energy for heating water.  In a time of rising energy costs and increased energy supply volatility, it is vital to our economic future to diversify the portfolio of resources we use to produce energy.  
The purpose of this grant program is to increase awareness and utilization of solar thermal energy resources as well as to create vocational opportunities for Hoosiers interested in renewable energy.  Program data will be used to gather additional information on the economic viability of solar thermal energy in Indiana.

The applilcation period for this program begins August 1, 2010.  Applications must be submitted by  5:00pm EDT September 1, 2010.

IST Program Guidelines:  Download Now

The IST grant program application process is completed online.  Click here to begin the process.

Please Note:  If you are a grant writer filling out the application for a client, the Grant Management System registration must be in the name of the entity seeking the grant.

This information can also be found at http://www.in.gov/oed/2588.htm


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