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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.
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.
Commerce announced today the nation’s first online portal where businesses and individuals can comparison shop for low-cost, state-verified retirement savings plans.
Commerce is now accepting applications from communities interested in being designated as Opportunity Zones so they can offer tax incentives for economic development.
Every two years, members from Washington’s Weatherization Program attend the Energy OutWest (EOW) conference. This is a time for them to learn, share and network with some of the country’s leading experts in energy efficiency. This year’s conference will be held in Phoenix, Arizona May 21-25. EOW is a technical resource for low-income energy services for representatives from ten western states, the Navajo Nation, and the Intertribal Council of Arizona.…
Currently in the Local Government Division, the Energy Efficiency and Solar Grants (EES) program will soon be joining the Energy Division. The EES program focuses on reducing energy and water costs at state public higher education institutions, local government facilities, state agencies and K-12 public school districts. The program promotes the use of Washington manufactured solar products, including solar modules and inverters. They are awarded through a competitive process and…