Arcuri secures clean energy funds for Norwich

WASHINGTON, D.C. – United States Congressman Michael A. Arcuri, Wednesday, announced over $5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding to assist 14 upstate New York communities – including the City of Norwich – to become more energy efficient.



Arcuri, in a March 24 press release, reported that the funding will save upstate communities an estimated $337,619 annually, and that these energy efficient projects will create jobs, reduce energy consumption and lower operating costs.

“Investing in energy efficient projects will not only create jobs but also help communities across upstate New York reduce energy consumption, cut costs and ultimately lower the burden on local taxpayers,” said Arcuri, who represents New York’s twenty-fourth district. “This is another example of the recovery bill addressing the needs of small communities throughout our region while at the same time putting people back to work.”


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