Energy assessments available to businesses

ADDISON COUNTY — This past fall, Efficiency Vermont announced a partnership with Addison County Economic Development Corp. (ACEDC) and other organizations, as part of the Greater Middlebury Climate Economy Initiative, to provide energy efficiency assessments for Addison County businesses.
Through this free program, businesses find out how to reduce energy costs and improve their bottom line.
For more info and to schedule a free walk-through, interested businesses should go online to efficiencyvermont.com/addison-county or call Efficiency Vermont Customer Support toll-free at 1-888-921-5990.
ACEDC is offering to support this initiative with grant funding and will make $1,000 available to Addison County for-profit businesses. The agency will make between one and five grants ranging from $200 to $1,000.
ACEDC will accept applications from any for-profit business that is implementing an energy efficiency project at a facility in Addison County. The business must match the grant 1:1. The project must also be started within two months and completed within six months of the grant award.
Applications will be accepted via email to Fred Kenney ([email protected]) and must be received by 5 p.m. on Friday, March 1.

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