Saturday, October 22, 2011

Bell Aquaculture Receives $467K Conserving Hoosier Industrial Power (CHIP) Grant

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"Seven Hoosier companies will divide nearly $2.5 million in federal grants to make energy efficiency and alternative fuel improvements. The recipients were awarded funding from the Conserving Hoosier Industrial Power grant program and the Alternative Fuel Vehicles retrofit program...

The Conserving Hoosier Industrial Power (CHIP) grant program is making funding available for large energy efficiency projects in Indiana commercial/industrial sector. The first four recipients of CHIP funding in 2011 are Bell Aquaculture of Albany ($467,494.00), Brightpoint North America, L.P. of Plainfield ($500,000.00), MD Logistics of Plainfield ($212,374.00) and Ryobi Die Casting USA in Shelbyville ($500,000.00). These awardees will use the funding for lighting retrofits, HVAC, controls, motor, pump and insulation upgrades."

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