STATE SEEKS TO MAKE ENERGY EFFICIENCY MORE ACCESSIBLE
[Developing] Announcing $10 million in grant funding to be distributed over the next year or so, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday sought to open the door for low-income housing residents to energy efficiency and clean energy funding.
Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matt Beaton said non-profit housing providers will have a chance at six grants worth a total of $3 million for energy in housing. Beaton said other elements of the program will support planning and supporting other green affordable housing efforts.
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