BY GLENN BLACKMON The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) requires that each utility with more than 25,000 customers conduct a new conservation potential study every two years, looking ahead at savings that are available and cost-effective in the upcoming 10-year period. These studies are used to set two-year targets. Utilities that fail to hit these targets are subject to monetary penalties. Electric utilities in Washington are reporting big swings in
Commerce is soliciting applications for funding from the Housing Trust Fund (HTF) to ensure the long-term viability of the existing HTF multifamily rental portfolio. Interested applicants should review the 2018 Housing Preservation Program NOFA to determine eligibility.
The application period for Youth Recreational Facilities Grant (YRF) for the 2019-2021 session is now open. These grants fund 25 percent of eligible capital costs up to $1,200,000 for nonresidential facilities that provide youth (K-12) with recreation opportunities integrated with social and/or educational services.
The Washington State Department of Commerce is initiating this Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from firms interested in participating on a project for a study/inventory regarding suspected unreinforced masonry building in Washington state. More Information Questions? Contact Noreen Hoban, Management Analyst, at email@example.com or 360-725.5039. Download RFP Addendum (includes RFP pre-proposal material and FAQ).
Commerce awards grants to raise awareness, access to education, training, certifications and employment through apprenticeships, community and technical college programs.
Commerce today announced $57.6 million in loans and grants from the state’s Housing Trust Fund for 42 affordable housing projects in communities throughout Washington.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 General Purpose Grants cycle. Grants assist Washington State small cities, towns, and counties in carrying out significant community and economic development projects principally benefiting low- and moderate-income persons.
As the Boeing Company considers the business case for a potential New Mid-Market Airplane, Council co-chairs will help make Washington’s case as the best place for industry investment – growing aerospace businesses and sustaining jobs for generations of workers
Commerce moved quickly to get the grants under contract with our community partner organizations so they could move forward with projects that will add 199 housing units in four counties.