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Delaware State Rebate Program
Green Energy Program Incentives

The following types of applicants are eligible to apply for the rebates:

  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Residential
  • General Public
  • Non-profit
  • Government
  • Agricultural
  • Institutional
  • Retail Supplier

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  • Renewables Forward launches diversity, equity, and inclusion human resources playbook January 15, 2021
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    The COVID-19 pandemic has not only devastated the U.S. health care system, but it’s taken a long-lasting direct hit on the nation’s once healthy clean energy industry. A new report by BW Research Partnership indicates that the 2020 clean energy workforce dropped to its lowest numbers in five years. More than 429,000 workers (or 12... The post Coronavirus cru […]
  • CAI, Rye Development to partner on construction of 22 hydroelectric projects in U.S. January 14, 2021
    Climate Adaptive Infrastructure, LLC (CAI) announced it is funding the construction of 22 hydroelectric projects (to be developed under the name Rye Hydro) at existing non-powered dams (NPDs) in the eastern U.S., alongside Rye Development LLC. CAI is an infrastructure investment firm specializing in low-carbon real assets in the energy, water and transport s […]
  • Aggregate fossil fuel demand could peak as early as 2027 according to McKinsey January 14, 2021
    COVID-19 and electrification hasten peak demand for hydrocarbons Aggregate fossil fuel demand is set to peak in 2027 – with oil peaking in 2029 and gas in 2037 – partially due to the impacts of COVID-19, according to new research by global consultancy, McKinsey & Company.  The Global Energy Perspective 2021 report finds that while coal demand... The post […]