Two More Neighborhoods Apply For City Home Retrofit Program

February 18, 2010 at 8:49 pm Leave a comment

Two more neighborhoods – Spring Valley and Colonial Village – have applied for the City of Durham’s Neighborhood Energy Retrofit Program. This brings the total number of applicant neighborhoods to 15.

The program is funded by federal money and there is a limit to the number of homes and neighborhoods that can be funded, so the City will be selecting in March from among the applicant neighborhoods. Clean Energy Durham will be meeting with representatives from the applicant neighborhoods over the next month to answer questions about the program. Neighborhoods that have not yet received confirmation that their applications have been received by the City should contact Tobin Freid immediately at 560-7999.

Entry filed under: Colonial Village, Neighborhood Energy Retrofit Program (NERP), Spring Valley.

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