DEED program fall grant cycle now open to members
Originally published June 11, 2014
Members of APPA's Demonstration of Energy & Efficiency Developments (DEED) program may apply for up to $125,000 in funding to support innovative utility projects.
DEED grants are intended for demonstration or early commercialization projects at DEED member utilities that promise to improve efficiencies, lower costs or add service or value in the provision of electricity or energy services to the customers of publicly owned electric utilities.
The application deadline for grants is Aug. 15. For more information, see the DEED funding opportunities page on the APPA website. To obtain access to the application site, contact DEED@publicpower.org.
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