Energy Efficiency For Municipalities

Saving cities and towns money on energy usage keeps local property taxes down and provides stability for local governments. But unlike businesses, a municipality often has special requirements and considerations when seeking financing. In some New Hampshire towns, the opportunity to approve any borrowing comes only once a year.

CDFAs Municipal Energy Reduction Fund (MERF) is a revolving loan fund to help municipalities improve the energy efficiency of their municipal buildings, street lighting, water and sewer treatment facilities, and where appropriate, electrical distribution systems.

CDFA Events
2015-04-27
The Executive Committee will meet on Monday
2015-04-30
Applications for communities interested in CDBG planning grants must be submitted by close of business today.
2015-05-04
CDFA and its partners will hold hearings to determine what should be included in the state's Five-year Consolidated Plan for HUD
2015-05-05
HUD & NHHFA will hold a free training on Section 3 and Fair Housing Accessibility requirments
2015-05-06
This is the required workshop for CDBG awardees to learn how to manage their grants