|Indianapolis Housing Agency Secures More Recovery Act Funding|
September 23, 2009
The $3.7 million—funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—is part of a HUD program to create energy-efficient communities by rehabilitating existing public housing units. The funding will support the “greening” affordable housing units, including the installation of new energy-efficient technologies to conserve energy, such as Energy Star appliances, high-efficiency boilers/furnaces and programmable thermostats or controls.
“Today’s grant announcement is yet another reminder of the tremendous impact the Recovery Act is having on our local community,” Congressman Carson said. “This award from HUD is a trifecta for
“Congratulations to IHA for successfully competing to bring these resources back to the 7th Congressional district.”
The full list of awardees can be found at:
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