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Applications for the 2015 Community Conservation Challenge (CCC) Grant are now available.
The Community Conservation Challenge (CCC) is a competitve grant program that offers funds for projects that demonstrate measurable improvements in energy efficiency or renewable energy, result in a reduction in energy demand, fuel consumption or petroleum use, or involve the implementation of an energy recycling process.
CCC grants provide a range of funding from $25,000 to $100,000 for the implementation of highly leveraged, unique, and visible community energy conservation projects. Applicants may apply for a grant in one of two categories: 1. Alternative Fuel Vehicles or 2. Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy. Eligible grantees include local units of government, school corporations, businesses, universities, and nonprofit agencies in Indiana. Successful applicants utilize one or more of the following eligible technologies:
Apply for a 2015 Community Conservation Challenge Grant here.
Learn more about the grant and see the guidelines here.
To learn more about specific eligible technologies click on the category below for information.
The 2012 CCC winners shared $526,000 in federal grant funding and are listed below:
Learn more about the winners here!