Waterman adds that those contestants who submitted baseline energy data for the competition would also be eligible for loans from the Alaska Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund, a $250 million fund established to help public facilities make permanent improvements in buildings to lower energy use and costs.
What does EERLF stand for?
EERLF stands for Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund (Ohio)
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The Manchester Economic Development Office given over $100,000 in loans to three local small businesses through its Revolving Loan Fund and Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund.
The Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund provides assistance to Manchester small businesses and commercial property owners to cover costs of their energy efficiency, conservation and renewable energy projects through low-interest loans of up to $20,000.