Energy Use-Reduction Grant Project
[37 Pa.B. 5671]
[Saturday, October 20, 2007]
The Department of Environmental Protection (Department) announces an opportunity for industrial and commercial businesses, institutions and municipal drinking water and wastewater treatment operations located with this Commonwealth.
The Department's Office of Energy and Technology Deployment (OETD) annually co-sponsors energy-saving ''Best Practices'' workshops in cooperation with other sponsoring Commonwealth organizations and the Department of Energy's Industrial Technology Program. The Energy Use-Reduction Grant project will provide up to ten--$1,000 grants to organizations of the Commonwealth that participate in the Department's co-sponsored DOE workshops and reduce energy consumption through the development and implementation of a project that applies workshop ''Best Practices.'' Project applications judged ''best in class'' by OETD staff will receive a grant. Applications will be evaluated on multiple criteria including: sustainable energy and economic benefits, technical merit, the application of workshop ''Best Practices'' and completeness. Applicants will have a 4-month application window following each workshop to design, implement and report project results.
Questions regarding project eligibility should be addressed to Richard Illing, Program Specialist, OETD, (717) 772-5834 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions submitted by e-mail should include ''Energy Use-Reduction Grant Project'' in the title line.
Applications will be available following each Department co-sponsored workshop, online at www.dep.state. pa.us (DEP Keywords: Energy Reduction), or by direct request to the Office of Energy and Technology Deployment using the contact information listed in the preceding paragraph. The application package contains full instructions for completing a grant application.
Organizations participating in a workshop may only file a single project application for each workshop attended. Third party applications will not be accepted. Applications may not be faxed or electronically submitted to the Department. Postmarks will not be accepted. An original application and project report along with two completed copies should be submitted to the Department.
KATHLEEN A. MCGINTY,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 07-1907. Filed for public inspection October 19, 2007, 9:00 a.m.]
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