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E3 Loan Program

Great River Energy offers an Energy Efficient Equipment Fund (E3 Fund) which provides a low-interest loan to cover the costs of acquisition and installation of energy efficient equipment. Loans from $20,000 up to $350,000 will be considered with an interest rate determined by energy savings achieved. The maximum maturity is


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Energy Grants for Nonprofits

For nonprofit organizations and their landlords statewide. Offers grants up to 25% net project cost for qualifying energy projects. Grant Parameters25% of the net installation cost (cost of improvement minus rebates)$5,000 maximum grant/building$10,000 maximum per organizationMust be a nonprofit organization with annual gross revenue of less than $5M.Grant recipient must


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Energy Savings Fund for Non-Profits

Nonprofit organizations that are interested in reducing their energy use are now eligible to apply for funds that CEE and the Minnesota Division of Energy Resources have allocated to help finance energy-efficient projects implemented on properties owned and/or occupied by nonprofit entities. Nonprofit organizations may also be eligible for the


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USDA Rural Economic Development Loan & Grant Program

The USDA Rural Economic Development Loan & Grant Program provides zero-interest loans and grants to Rural Utilities Service borrowers to promote rural economic development and job creation projects.Loans are passed through the REC to the Ultimate Recipient. Grants are used to capitalize the REC revolving Loan Fund. The initial loan


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Carlton County Revolving Loan Fund

This program provides loans / grants to assist those businesses and industries, which have an economic impact on Carlton County. The program is designed to expand and diversify the area's economic base by creating new private investment in the region. The interests of private sector lenders with respect to collateral


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