In The News | $27 billion “green bank” to support renewable energy transition in low-income neighbourhoods
The United States’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced $27 billion in grant funding. $20 billion USD is expected to be awarded to about 15 non-profits to use in collaboration with private capital investments for “projects that reduce pollution and lower energy costs for families, particularly those in the low-income and disadvantaged communities.”
Out of the grid and into the passive house
With energy costs on the rise around the world, more and more people are looking for ways to be less dependent on external, imported or manufactured energy sources. Some even wish to take themselves off the grid completely.