US state government awards $2.88m for renewable heating

By District Energy posted 02-20-2019 11:48

  

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Summary

The government of Massachusetts announced that the Baker-Polito administration has awarded five grants totalling $2,889,285 (€2,548,681) to Massachusetts businesses to fund infrastructure projects to increase the availability of low-carbon, renewable heating fuels.

The grants have been funded by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) as part of the Renewable Thermal Infrastructure Grant Program, an initiative which is focused on expanding renewable thermal technologies in Massachusetts.

“Renewable heating is critical to reducing the Commonwealth’s greenhouse gas emissions and meeting our targets under the Global Warming Solutions Act,” said Governor Charlie Baker.

“Supporting these technologies is an investment in our local economies, the sustainability of our energy future, and expanding heating options to our residents and businesses.”

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