IN.gov - Skip Navigation

Note: This message is displayed if (1) your browser is not standards-compliant or (2) you have you disabled CSS. Read our Policies for more information.

Indiana Office of Energy Development

2015 Challenge Grant

Community Conservation Challenge (CCC)

The 2015 Community Conservation Challege is now closed.

Winners for the 2015 Community Conservation Challenge were announced on Tuesday, March 31st.  Read the news release here.

Winners were:

Bethany Christian Schools
Center for Sustainable Living
City of Bloomington
Evansville Parks Foundation
Indiana Municipal Power Agency
Lake Shore Foods Corporation
Loftus Robinson

The map below shows the cities and counties that will be undergoing CCC grant projects.


 
The 2015 Community Conservation Challenge (CCC) is a competitve grant program that offers funds for  projects that demonstrate measurable improvements in energy efficiency or renewable energy, result in a reduction in energy demand, fuel consumption or petroleum use, or involve the implementation of an energy recycling process.

Eligible grantees include local units of government, school corporations, businesses, universities, and nonprofit agencies in Indiana. Successful applicants utilize one or more of the following eligible technologies:

  • Alternative fuel vehicle fleets
  • Combined heat and power
  • Biomass
  • Energy efficiency
  • Solar (PV and solar thermal)
  • Traffic signal retrofits
  • Waste management and recycling
  • Wind energy
To learn more about specific eligible technologies click on the category below for information.

Biomass

Geothermal

Solar

Wind

Energy Efficiency

Biofuels

Electric Vehicles

Natural Gas and Propane

 

The 2012 CCC winners shared $526,000 in federal grant funding and are listed below:

  • Bestway Express (Vincennes)
  • Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light (Bloomington and Indianapolis)
  • Ozinga Indiana, RMC, Inc. (Gary)
  • Linton-Stockton School Corporation (Linton)

Learn more about the winners here!