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Reducing GHG Emissions Through Energy Efficiency in Homes and Buildings – deadline September 2

EPA grant solicitation – Market-Based Approaches to Reducing GHG Emissions Through Energy Efficiency in Homes and Buildings – deadline September 2

http://www.epa.gov/oar/grants_funding.html
RFP# EPA-OAR-CPPD-10-11

Request for Proposals (RFP) (PDF)(24pp, 110k)
(http://www.epa.gov/oar/grants/cppd_marketbased_rfp_7-13-10_final.pdf)

This notice announces the availability of funds and solicits proposals that advance national, regional, state, and local energy efficiency programming by utilizing market-based approaches to program design and delivery.

1 comment to Reducing GHG Emissions Through Energy Efficiency in Homes and Buildings – deadline September 2

  • "Smart merets will be installed in about 15,000 homes in the coming weeks, allowing homeowners to remotely turn off appliances and monitor their electricity use in real-time on the web." Of course, not just homeowners will be able to do these things. I had the ability to remotely switch electrical equipment on and off decades ago, though not {then} monitoring ability. I used it mostly to turn on the air conditioning shortly before leaving work. And no computer of the electric company or government would decide to turn it back off via some algorithm that I was not at home – at least not without turning off perhaps twenty percent of the city to do so.

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