Energy Efficiency Programs
The cost of energy is an important cost of doing business. At CDFA, we know New Hampshire businesses and nonprofits want to be both cost efficient operators and good stewards of the environment.
Even with the best intentions, not every business, municipality, or nonprofit group can make their physical space more energy efficient on their own. The process requires advice from experts who can analyze a building and offer solutions for improvement. It also requires financing and not many banks are giving out loans for these kinds of projects.
Through the resources of our energy reduction program, CDFA can offer affordable financing tools to help bridge the cost. Saving money on heating, cooling, and electricity creates stable institutions, which helps make our communities more vibrant places.
The deadline for the first round of CDBG Planning Grants
Required for all awardees, this workshop discusses how to implement the requirements of a CDBG grant.
This workshop will explain the CDBG program and instruct applicants how to apply for funding.
The CDFA Board of Directors will hold their monthly meeting and make funding decisions for the Tax Credit Program.
Reporting for CDBG recipients