Chicago Announcements July 24, 2023

Mayor Brandon Johnson last week released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for providers for the Residential Decarbonization and Retrofit Program aimed at propelling the city's equitable decarbonization of one-to-four-unit residential buildings. The program aims to offer home upgrades including new insulation, heat pump heating and coolings systems, induction stoves and air sealing around doors and windows to low- and moderate-income homeowners, according to a news release from Johnson's office. “This $15 million dollar investment is just the beginning of our commitment to implementing a just energy transition for residents and workers in our City, particularly those hit first and worst by climate change,” Johnson said in the news release. “The Residential Decarbonization and Retrofit Program will catalyze our efforts to provide critical solutions for residents on the frontlines of the climate crisis as we take a leadership role citywide in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels.”  Additional information can be found online

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