A grant-based program that advances the green economy in distressed communities by supporting projects that create jobs through, and increase private capital investment in, efforts to limit the nation's dependence on fossil fuels, enhance energy efficiency, curb greenhouse gas emissions and protect natural systems. Eligible projects include green building construction, the development of renewable energy, greater energy efficiency, product reuse, and natural resource restoration that result in either a green end-product, the greening of an existing function or process, or a third-party certified green building.
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