The FPCC supports the bipartisan infrastructure plan led by Chairman Manchin that prioritizes energy efficiency in the federal government and funds programs that smartly leverage public-private partnerships to achieve resiliency and emissions reductions in federal facilities. We are particularly pleased to see the substantial funding for the AFFECT grant program. The FPCC released the following statement.
“The FPCC supports the energy provisions included in Chairman Manchin’s bipartisan infrastructure package, specifically, the funding for the AFFECT Grant program, which allows agencies to execute deep energy retrofits, and address resiliency and emissions reductions while relying primarily on the energy savings provided by performance contracting. We expect that the $250 Million included in the proposal will enable over $1.5 Billion of investment in our federal facilities, making them more sustainable and resilient, while simultaneously reducing substantial backlog maintenance.” Jennifer Schafer, FPCC Executive Director.
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