|Notice of Request for Applications Posted on Texas Register||October 05, 2012 after 10 a.m. CDT|
|Issuance of Request for Application on Electronic State Business Daily||October 05, 2012 after 10 a.m. CDT|
|Non-Mandatory Letters of Intent/Submission of Questions Due||October 15, 2012 at 2 p.m. CDT|
|Official Responses to Questions Posted||October 19, 2012 or as soon thereafter as practical|
|Application Deadline||November 05, 2012 at 2 p.m. CDT|
|Grant Award/Contract Execution||December 05, 2012 or as soon thereafter as practical|
|*Dates may be subject to change
If you’re looking for information related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, please refer to our SECO Stimulus Funds section.
Purpose of Grants: To reduce facility operating costs for taxpayer-supported Texas public Independent School Districts (ISDs) by providing grant funding which will be used to replace existing inefficient HVAC systems with new, energy-efficient HVAC systems.
Awards: The Comptroller has awarded competitive HVAC grants to the following ISDs. Per program rules, grants were awarded on a competitive basis, with scoring criteria based on factors such as the age of current equipment and the estimated energy savings available from new equipment, enrollment, and district property wealth.
|Archer City ISD||100,000.00|
|Cross Roads ISD||60,335.00|
|East Benard ISD||100,000.00|
|Fort Worth ISD||100,000.00|
|Honey Grove ISD||53,070.69|
|Martin's Mill ISD||80,142.50|
|Mount Enterprise ISD||86,352.00|
|New Diana ISD||97,356.00|
|South San Antonio ISD||78,890.00|
|Union Grove ISD||99,534.76|
|Wichita Falls ISD||98,342.00|