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(This is page 17 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Colorado Department of Airport Maintenance, capital C.R.S 43-10-103 through For local state grants, Specific Grants on Program Transporta- planning equipment, and 43-10-116 state share is 80% timelines and reimbursement administered tion, Division and development projects dates not basis by Colorado of develop- http://www.coloradodot. For AIP funded included on Aeronautical Aeronautics ment Eligible applicants-- info/programs/aeronautics/ grants, state pays website Airport must wait Board (CAB) (CDOA), public use airports AviationGrants matching share (2.5% for CDA Notice to Discretionary for a 95% federal Airport updates Proceed before Links to prior http://www.coloradodot. AIP grant) CIP annually and commencing work grants Aviation info/programs/aeronautics/ Grants submits to available at PDF_Files/Grant CDOA Grantee must first listed ManagementManual_v2 follow its local URL After completion bidding rules David C. Gordon, A.A.E., of CIP process, Director 303.261.4418; CDOA solicits Grants have three david.gordon@dot.state.co. grant year life, but us applications extensions can be granted Applications reviewed by CAB in annual grants hearing Connecticut Connecticut Energy, Incentives for http://www.ctcleanenergy. Note: Clean Energy emissions installation of Onsite com/Portals/0/Website Program Fund (CCEF), Renewable Distributed Memo OSDG Solar.pdf currently Solar On-Site Generation systems on suspended Renewable commercial buildings http://www.ctcleanenergy. Distributed com/default.aspx?tabid=95 Generation Public buildings Program included Connecticut CCEF Solar Energy, Incentives for www.ctcleanenergy.com/ Rebate of installation Continuous System must be Thermal emissions installation of solar solarthermal costs. Incentive application installed within Incentives water heating systems amount based on process six months of http://www.ctcleanenergy. system output. application Public buildings com/Portals/0/CCEF Solar Maximum incentive CCEF completes approval included Thermal Incentive for government review of Program.pdf installation is application in Must be installed $82,500 30 days by an eligible http://www.ctcleanenergy. installer (list of com/YourBusinessor Applications may be installers available Institution/SolarThermal submitted on website IncentiveProgram electronically or by Commercial/tabid/519/ mail Project may be Default.aspx designated as a 47 solar tour site (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 18 of Table 2) 48 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Bill Colonis, Program Incentive paid after Contractors must Manager (860) 257-2888; installation of system comply with bill.colonis@ctcleanenergy. prevailing wage com rates under Davis Bacon Act Projects are subject to Buy America Act (if installed on public building) Standard CT state contracting requirements Connecticut CCEF Emissions, Incentives for http://www.ctcleanenergy. Rebate of cost of Applications on Buildings must Funds Geothermal energy installation of com/Portals/0/GSHP system first-come, first- meet current CT provided Heat Pump geothermal heat Program Description serve basis standards for under ARRA; Incentive pumps (GHPs) in new Rev65-10-10.pdf Rebate amount based energy efficiency funding after construction or on system capacity. 2012 is retrofit www.ctcleanenergy.com/ Maximum payout is Projects must be uncertain geothermal $500,000 completed within Public buildings 1 year of approval eligible Dave Ljungquist; info@ctcleanenergy.com Must use accredited or certified installer. List available at http://www.igshpa .okstate.edu/direct ory/directory.asp GHP must be primary heating source. Cannot be supplemented with electric resistance heating System must be closed loop DavisBacon prevailing wage requirements (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 19 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Buy America requirements for public buildings Connecticut Department of Emissions Diesel emission http://www.ct.gov/dep/lib/ Grants Links to Environmen- reduction projects dep/air/diesel/docs/diesel sample tal Protection that: emissionsreduction- applications (DEP) Diesel letterandapplication.pdf available at Reduction Expedite economic second listed Projects recovery http://www.ct.gov/dep/cwp/ URL view.asp?a=2684&q=32210 Facilitate job 0&depNav_GID=1619 creation or preservation Eligible projects consist of: Early replacement/ repower with certified engine configurations Verified idle reduction technologies Verified retrofit technologies Technologies from EPA emerging technologies list Eligible applicants-- All persons and entities Connecticut DEP Clean Water Funding for water http://www.ct.gov/dep/cwp/ Grants and loans Continuous Program Water Fund quality pollution control view.asp?a=2687&q=322344 financed in (CWF) activities, including: &depNav_GID=1511 Funds awarded as part with http://www.ct.gov/dep/ funding becomes federal funds Water pollution cwp/view.asp?a=2719&q= available control 325578&depNav_GID=1654 Federal administrative Sewage treatment Susan Hawkins (860) requirements plants and upgrades 424-3325; may apply, but Nutrient removal susan.hawkins@ct.gov not discussed projects affecting on websites 49 Long Island Sound (Table 2 continued on the next page)