Arkansas Low Income Senior Housing Project Looks At Solar Power For Funding Help

Members of the the Fayetteville Public Housing Authority recently voted to apply for a $262,000 grant from a federal Affordable Housing Pogram (AHP) for the installation of solar power technology for the proposed $1.6 million, 24-unit assisted-living center according to the Northwest Arkansas Times. The project would be the region’s first solar-powered, senior housing project and the AHP is among the few federal programs that provide funding for the installation of solar power technology on low-income housing. As funding for developers (both public and private) becomes more strained, look for other developers and public organizations to seek out funding where green technology is used to facilitate access to public funding.

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