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Housing Opportunities Promoting Energy Efficiency Program (HOPE)

MSHDA is pleased to announce that an independent energy-efficiency program component will provide up to $30 million dollars statewide via the MSHDA Housing Opportunities Promoting Energy-Efficiency (HOPE) Program which will be an extension of the Neighborhood Enhancement Program. This funding will be made available in conjunction with $15 million dollars allocated directly to the City of Detroit and $5 million dollars allocated to The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW). HOPE is a federally funded program utilizing United States Department of the Treasury American Rescue Plan (ARP) Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF). This funding will be made available statewide based on a formal subrecipient award structure to 501(c)(3) nonprofit agencies and local units of government with award determinations based on competitive funding rounds.  Stay tuned for more details. 

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