UNC, CSU receive New Energy grants
Colorado State University will
receive a $47,525 grant and the University of Northern Colorado will
receive a $31,105 grant as part of $800,000 being awarded statewide in
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-funded New Energy grants.
and CSU will match the grants for campus projects seeking LEED
certification for existing buildings.
The grants were awarded by
the Governor's Energy Office in six categories and will go to 18
awardees, including small businesses, school districts, utilities,
universities, local governments and nonprofits.
Tom Plant, GEO
director, said the grants "are strengthening Colorado's energy
marketplace with a diversity of projects that create jobs, increase our
energy security, diversify our energy supplies and solidify our place as
a national leader in building a clean energy future."
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