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Enterprise Energy Fund

dCHPP Glossary (PDF) (2 pp, 53K)

Date Last Updated3/25/2015
Incentive TypeGrant; Loan
Incentive Administrator/Contact OfficeNew Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority
Incentive Initiation Date3/1/2010
Incentive Size and Funding SourceThis revolving loan program, supported by State Energy Program (SEP) funds and the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), provides funding for energy improvements, including energy audits, whole-building improvements, renewable energy installations, and CHP systems. Funding, when available, is awarded to qualified applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. The loans will range from $50,000 to $500,000.

While primarily a revolving loan program, the Enterprise Energy Fund provides a limited amount of funding for grants. Grants are typically used to lower costs for non-profits that provide "essential services," and to support eligible commercial entities that invest in renewable energy systems to lower the payback period.
Eligible RecipientNew Hampshire businesses and non-profits.
Eligible FuelDoes Not Specify
Eligible Project Size (MW)Does Not Specify
Minimum Efficiency Required (%)Does Not Specify
Other Selected Eligibility CriteriaProject applications are evaluated on several criteria, including the financial stability of the business or non-profit, the age of the building for which the project is proposed, and the current energy efficiency of the building (based on an energy audit). In addition, the Enterprise Energy Fund seeks to include a wide range of business types (i.e., small and large) and promote geographic diversity.
Application Form(s)Enterprise Energy Fund for Businesses Application
Other Incentive DetailsFunding is awarded to qualified applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis. Interested parties should check the CDFA website to see if funds are available.
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