Green Energy Grants: Finding a Way Through The Forest
Small businesses looking to start a green energy pilot program, larger companies looking to scale up, city and state government planners hoping to launch sustainable, renewable energy projects all need one thing to get off the ground: funding. Finding grants to support green energy ventures can be daunting, but there are many more options than entrepreneurs may realize.
The need for innovation in technologies that can move us away from reliance on fossil fuels toward the development of renewable clean energy companies is key to a thriving bioeconomy. And where a novel approach is researched, proven in concept and validated, funding will follow.
Investors, including private venture capitalists, academic grants, the U.S. Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency or other federal, state or local government agency, are sources of funds that will be needed for every stage of development, from basic research through to commercialization. But finding the right sources for individual projects can be like finding a particular tree in a dense forest. It helps to have an experienced ranger at hand.
American Diversified Energy (ADE) can provide assistance on finding and securing green energy grants and loan guarantees, along with assuring due diligence, and advancing new technologies in renewable energy. ADE also can provide assistance with operational, scalability and financial aspects of project installation, as well as feasibility studies, business plans, financial models, financial presentations, engineering assistance and support, project management, government relations, and lobbying, and more. Feel free to contact or call us at 202-750-0007 for more information.