Construction and renovation projects often result in unexpected expenses. When those projects involve energy improvements, schools, local governments and non-profits can employ a variety of funding sources to stretch project budgets. In addition to grants, it is useful to include utility incentives and performance contracting.
We often get questions from people about how “fundable” their organization or project might be if they continue to do this or start to do that. While each situation is unique in its own way, dependent upon many variables such as location, need and population served, tax-exempt status, etc., this got us thinking, just how much grant money do various “fundable” areas attract?