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IEPA Receives $15M for Energy Efficiency in Disadvantaged Communities

Last week, the Illinois EPA (IEPA) secured nearly $15 million in federal funding for energy efficiency projects in disadvantaged communities. The grant is sourced from The Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund, and will be administered by The IEPA’s Office of Energy and the Illinois Finance Authority’s Climate Bank. The grant is intended to stimulate energy efficiency projects in low income communities that may have stalled due to lack of funds, as well as to propel Illinois’ broader climate and sustainability goals. 

Consumers and governments all over the world are taking energy efficiency and sustainability seriously. If you’re a commercial building owner, utility, or state agency that wants to reduce your carbon footprint and make the most of your energy resources, contact 360 Energy Group at


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