U.S. synagogues, nonprofits eligible for energy upgrades in new infrastructure bill – U.S. News – www.haaretz.com

U.S. synagogues, nonprofits eligible for energy upgrades in new infrastructure bill – U.S. News

From www.haaretz.com
2021-11-08 15:50:00

Excerpt:

A new piece of legislation passed with Congress’ massive bipartisan infrastructure bill on Friday will put $50 million into upgrading the energy efficiency of synagogue, religious school and other nonprofit buildings.

The Nonprofit Energy Efficiency Act, a bill that was first introduced in the Senate by Sen. Amy Klobuchar and John Hoeven, will allow houses of worship and nonprofits to apply for grants. The $50 million will be overseen by the Department of Energy, with each entity eligible for a grant of up to $200,000.

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