Energy Department Selects 13 Energy Repair Projects

The agency distributes $25 million in the second round of funding through the Weatherization Assistance Program.

The Department of Energy announced that 13 projects have been selected to receive the second round of grants from the Weatherization Assistance Program, which will distribute $25 million to organizations dedicated to making energy-saving repairs and upgrades. These organizations will make crucial improvements to houses and apartments in low-income communities and train a local workforce to continue making similar improvements in the future.

“For more than four decades, the Weatherization Assistance Program has helped over 7 million families save hundreds every year on home energy bills, and now we’re taking the program to the next level,” said Secretary Jennifer Granholm. “We’re expanding the program’s reach to invest in more low-income households and build up a localized clean energy workforce all while keeping money in the pockets of hardworking Americans.” 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Granholm to seek God’s direction as she head the Energy Department.
  • For the president and his energy advisors as they implement policies to improve energy efficiency.

Sources: Department of Energy


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