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DC Green Bank Commits $7.5M to Residential Solar Projects

May 20, 2022

By Keith Loria, Commercial Observer During Infrastructure Week in Washington, D.C., this week, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that DC Green Bank, a publicly funded bank, has committed $7.5 million to community and residential solar projects across the city. As part of its new commitments, a $7 million loan was provided…

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Community Impact Initiative Launch Event – Affordable Financing for Community Organizations to Upgrade Your Building and Save Money

April 13, 2022

Join DC Green Bank as we launch the Community Impact Initiative (CII). CII is a pathway open to small businesses, community-based organizations, and non-profits that would benefit from affordable financing, additional technical and management assistance, and end-to-end support from one of our various partners to pursue deferred maintenance needs that…

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DC Green Bank Closes First Community Impact Initiative Pilot Investment, Committing More Than $500,000 for Efficiency Upgrades to Shiloh Baptist Church of Washington

April 11, 2022

(Washington, D.C.) – DC Green Bank today announced the closing of an investment of more than $500,000 to support Shiloh Baptist Church of Washington as it pursues upgrades to its sanctuary building cooling system and considers additional building efficiency upgrades and capital improvements. This investment is part of DC Green…

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Build Back Better Infrastructure Task Force Announcement

March 23, 2022

Mayor Bowser’s Fiscal Year 2023 #FairShot budget is making significant investments in the District’s infrastructure, including roads and bridges, bike lanes, traffic calming and safety measures, as well as improvements to roadways, alleys, and sidewalks. Additionally, the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will provide billions in funding and grants to the…

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Financing Urban Adaptation to Address Climate Change

March 17, 2022

Join Penn IUR, Perry World House, and the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy for a two-day virtual meeting on urban adaptation to climate change. A series of expert panels will highlight the implementation and financing of subnational programs and projects designed to adapt to such global warming-induced hazards that threaten…

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