MSHDA awards grants for MI-HOPE energy-efficiency program
MARQUETTE, MI— The Michigan State Housing Development Authority is awarding funding to two Upper Peninsula agencies for energy efficiency upgrades.
The money is part of the Michigan Housing Opportunities Promoting Energy Efficiency—or MI HOPE—program. MI-HOPE partners with local government and nonprofit agencies to facilitate home improvements, including roof and window replacement, HVAC modifications, electrical and appliance upgrades, and more.
The Baraga-Houghton-Keweenaw Community Action Agency is getting a $250,000 grant and Copper Country Habitat for Humanity is getting a $500,000 grant.