City of Cincinnati - Office of Environment and Sustainability (OES)
10/15/21 4:00 PM ET
Contract for services to an Ohio nonprofit organization or business to manage an energy-related program that benefits underserved residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended to oversee the program and help transition it from the pilot stage to ongoing activities. The goal of the program is to respond to the energy needs of low-income renters in Cincinnati.
The City of Cincinnati seeks to assist Duke Energy Ohio customers by addressing the issue of energy burden, resilience, and programmatic service gaps for households at or below 200% of the federal poverty limit in multifamily structures. The goal of this program is to reduce the energy burden for low-income renters, empower these families with basic energy efficiency knowledge, and help accomplish the 2018 Green Cincinnati Plan goal of reducing household energy burden by 10%.
The WarmUp Cincy Tenant Program provides income-eligible Duke Energy Ohio electricity customers living in multifamily buildings with:
Selection for WarmUp investment will be influenced by the following priorities:
For additional information about Scope of Services, see: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/sites/oes/assets/File/RFP810OESWARMUP_Final%208.30.2021%20(with%20page%20numbers)%20(1).pdf#page=4
GrantWatch ID#: 198436
The City will award up to $180,000 for the management and implementation of the WarmUp Cincy Tenant program.
From December 1, 2021, through November 30, 2022, which includes the 2021-2022 winter crisis period in Ohio.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://cincinnati-oh.bonfirehub.com/
Direct questions to Isabel Harney, Buyer, at email@example.com. Please reference “RFP810OESWARMUP, WarmUp Cincy Tenant Energy Efficiency Program” in the subject field of the message.
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