How to Apply
All applications must be completed and submitted on CDFA’S Grants Management System (www.nhcdfagrants.org). The application requires borrower information, details on the facility or property hosting the project, project description, the project’s sources and uses of funds, the extent to which the project aligns with the objectives outlined New Hampshire RSA 162-L, and information that will help determine the applicant’s capacity to complete a successful project and repay the loan. All applications will be subjected to substantial programmatic and financial review.
Examples of typical loans can be found in Clean Energy – Appendix A – Project Examples. An outline of CDFA’s Clean Energy Fund application can be found in Clean Energy – Appendix B – Application Outline of this document. Information on using CDFA’s Grants Management System can be found at Grant Management System.
The Clean Energy Fund Program Director is qualified to provide technical assistance from the earliest stages of project development through project completion and monitoring. Energy technical assistance as well as guidance regarding rebates, grants, and other sources of project support are available.