Rural Alaskan applicants wanted for program that replaces outdoor lights with LED bulbs
The Alaska Energy Authority is looking for applicants in rural Alaska who are interested in getting the outdoor lights on public buildings and facilities retrofitted with more energy-efficient LED bulbs.
Funding for the project is provided by Wells Fargo and the state's Village Energy Efficiency Program, which aims to install more energy-efficient and cost-saving items in buildings in non-urban communities.
People living in communities with less than 8,000 people are encouraged to apply for the grants. Applications are due Friday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m.
Applications can be submitted on the AEA's website.
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