There were 28 successful grant recipients to receive monies under Round One of the Energy Efficiency Information Grants (EEIG) program, a part of the Federal Government’s Clean Energy Future package of bills.
Federal Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Parliamentary Secretary Mark Dreyfus said that the grants would deliver practical information from trusted sources to help small and medium businesses and community groups use energy in the smartest and most efficient way.
Round One resulted in 200 proposals submitted.
Applicants who did not receive funding in Round One are able to apply for Round Two, which will open in October 2012.Article continues below…
For more information about the EEIG program recipients, click here.