DOE Announces $50 Million for Community Clean Energy

Department working to make new technologies accessible for communities that want them.

The Department of Energy launched the Clean Energy to Communities program (C2C) program on Wednesday, offering $50 million for communities who desire to make the transition to clean energy systems. The C2C program provides not just technology but technological support to entire communities, providing technical support to help communities identify their unique needs to implement the most beneficial technology for their individual goals.

“With C2C, we’re helping all kinds of communities — from small rural communities to sprawling urban areas — access the tools and scientific and technological expertise they need to bring their energy systems into the 21st Century” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. “This exciting program will help communities make informed decisions about their own energy needs and ensure reliable and affordable clean energy is available to Americans everywhere.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Granhom as she oversees this application and implementation process.
  • That the Lord calls the communities with the most need to apply for these grants.
  • That funding provided by the federal government is used to its utmost in the hands of local communities.

Sources: Department of Energy


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