Kansas State University’s Technical Assistance to Brownfields program (KSU TAB) is offering a four-part workshop series starting Oct. 3, 2023: “Preparing for Brownfields Grants with Clean Energy Reuse in Mind.”
What Can You Expect?
- Each virtual workshop will be interactive and engaging and is designed to build on each of the previous workshops; it is strongly encouraged participants attend all sessions.
- Gain strategies for incorporating clean energy reuse into EPA brownfields grants due Nov. 13, 2023.
- Learn about funding and financing options for clean energy projects.
This miniseries will start with general education and tips for grant preparation and then progress into more tailored feedback on specific plans and applications. The first three workshops will focus on preparing for the EPA brownfields grants and how to include clean energy as a reuse for some sites. The final workshop will be after the Nov. 13, 2023 EPA brownfields grant deadline and focus on broader funding and financing strategies for brightfields projects.
Who Is This For?
This cohort is specifically tailored to local governments and others interested in pursuing EPA brownfields grants and other state and federal funding for clean energy reuse. While it’s beneficial to have one or more sites in mind for assessment, cleanup and/or reuse, it’s not a requirement for participation. Participants must be from public or non-profit entities and located within EPA Regions 5, 6, 7 or 8 (Map of EPA Region) and Tribal communities.
- What: Preparing for Brownfields Grants with Clean Energy Reuse in Mind, a series of four workshops
- When: Starting Oct. 3, 2023 and ending December 2023
- Where: All workshops will be hosted virtually via Zoom
- Cost: None
- Register: More details and registration links are available on the KSU TAB brightfields projects webpage.