Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
April 16, 2024

The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund GGRF is a $27 billion investment designed to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other forms of air pollution by mobilizing financing and private capital to provide accessible, affordable financing for tens of thousands of clean technology projects across the country.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has distributed GGRF financing to green banks and financial intermediaries, who will then redeliver those funds to cities for climate action projects, using innovative financing mechanisms through GGRF’s three separate, but complementary, programs: The National Clean Investment Fund (NCIF); The Clean Communities Investment Accelerator (CCIA); and Solar for All.

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Questions and Answers

Answers to questions asked during Local Infrastructure Hub webinars that covered the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund program.

An Introduction to the IRA Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund

April 16, 2024

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