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 Consolation Baptist ChurchTeri Jones-MorrisFinancial Administrator Non-Profit Other Sub RecipentOur Mission

To love the people of Cincinnati into relationship with Jesus Christ and to give away to the world what God has given us.

We Will Be:

A diverse, celebratory church of missional, disciple-making communities in every neighborhood.
A relational citywide network strategized on reaching Greater Cincinnati.
Reproducers and developers of outward-focused churches worldwide.


Phone: 5133711252

Address: 1449 Marlowe Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, 45224, United States
 EMPEQHerbert DwyerCEO Small Business Other  America needs to decarbonize over 7,000 buildings every day for the next 28 years if we are to reach our 2050 climate goals – the first step in each of these projects is on-site data collection regarding existing infrastructure. EMPEQ’s Fast Site SurveyTM technology increases the efficiency of these initial assessments by up to 80%.

With one click of a smartphone’s camera, EMPEQ's Fast Site Survey software solution automatically digitizes building equipment specifications, digitally maps the infrastructure, estimates the remaining useful life of equipment, and provides a report / proposal for the building owner / end customer. Our solution is unique in that it attacks the labor shortage from both angles; Field Engineers save anywhere from 50 to 80% of the time they spend on preparing these proposals and reports and the embedded intelligence allows for more novice employees to perform initial facility assessments. EMPEQ is the only option in the market that combines flexibility, automation, and a deep intelligence around equipment and infrastructure in buildings. This provides a unique advantage in workforce development, division of labor, scalability, and efficiency.

Our value proposition is fourfold.
• Make expensive employees more efficient
• Lower the required experience level for site auditors
• Lower at-risk customer acquisition costs
• Obtain previously scarce and cost-prohibitive atomic-level equipment data to improve reporting accuracy

EMPEQ has proven market need by adding some of the biggest names in engineering and/or contracting as paid customers including Johnson Controls, the United States’ Department of Defense, and Siemens.

Fast Site Survey automates and standardizes the building audit process. While enabling you to manage your field workers and employ more entry -level workers to complete work that was typically reserved for veteran energy workers.

We're looking to partner with organizations who complete energy audits and are looking to scale their workforce to complete more audits, faster, and more accurately with existing workers and/or new workforce entrants.


Phone: (607)391-1378

Address: 314 E State St, Ithaca, NY, 14850, United States
 Bethlehem Missionary Baptist ChurchJanice Marie BeauchampBMBC Team Lead Individual Workforce and Economic Development Energy Funding / Net Zero / Community PartnershipsAn activity Community Church in Union County exploring partnerships with local churches to decrease climate change and net zero / cl


Phone: 9085005730

Address: 1002 Rivington Street, Roselle, NJ, 07203, United States
 ARCA Recycling, Inc.Jayson MartinDirector of Inside Sales Large Business Advanced electrification technologies Appliances and RecyclingARCA Recycling, North America's leading appliance replacement and recycler, installs, collects and responsibly recycles old appliances for consumers while delivering world-class. ARCA Recycling has been an affiliate of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) program for 13 years and an ENERGY STAR® partner for 20 years. Our appliance recycling practices comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and meet or exceed safety and environmental requirements. We have responsibly recycled over 5 million appliances. ARCA Recycling has implemented and managed more than 300 efficiency and environmental protection programs throughout the U.S. and Canada. ARCA Recycling works with a variety of partners, including major electric utilities, national waste haulers, government agencies, and others.


Phone: 952-930-1782

Address: 7301 Ohms Lane Suite 320, Edina, MN, 55439, United States
 EIT InnoEnergyMarkVasu Large Business Workforce and Economic Development Workforce DevelopmentThe InnoEnergy Skills Institute is prepared to support applicants in developing their Community Benefits Plan and workforce development strategy. We provide modularized and flexible skill development training through virtual instruction, in-person labs, and continued support. As a leading training skills provider for the sustainable energy workforce, The Skills Institute is trusted by universities, community colleges, and industry partners across North America and Europe to train workers in all things batteries and electric vehicles. InnoEnergy is developing industry-recognized credentials to provide workers with verified and transferable skills.


Phone: 6174809192

Address: 444 Somerville Avenue, Somerville, MA, 02143, United States
 Yeshiva Toras Chaim Toras EmesHarayl AskotzkyCAO Non-Profit Facility Management  We are a Organization with 10 older buildings and have been managing them for years.
We are able to review projects and applications and advise if they are worthy of investment.
We have experienced facilities managers, including a GC.


Phone: 305945344

Address: 1025 Ne Miami Gardens Dr, North Miami Beach, FL, 33433, United States
 Ozaukee Nonprofit CenterCarissa BarnesExecutive Director Non-Profit Facility Management  The ONC is a fiscal sponsor for other nonprofits in addition to managing a commercial property space for nonprofits in Ozaukee County, WI.


Phone: 2623765272

Address: 2360 Dakota Drive, Grafton, WI, 53024, United States
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Other  We assist firms with grant applications:

1. Project management of grant and loan application from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation


Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
 First Tennessee Human Resource AgencyJason V. CodyExecutive Director Non-Profit Other  Community based organization that provides social services to the eight eastern counties in Tennessee. We are looking to potentially replace 20-30 aging HVAC units at our main office to increase energy efficiency and achieve cost savings.


Phone: 4234618209

Address: 704 Rolling Hills Drive, Johnson City, TN, 37604, United States
 United Way of Long IslandCraig FligsteinChief Grant Officer Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  United Way of Long Island will be transforming the organization's 31,000 sq. ft. headquarters into a net-zero building that produces as much energy as it uses. All energy will be produced by renewable sources. With 576 solar panels, air-source heat pumps, EV charging stations, and battery back-up, the organization will avoid more than $70,000 in annual energy costs. That savings will be re-invested to support the United Way's work to create opportunities for Long Islanders to live better lives with efforts in the areas of health, education, and financial stability.

The project also turns the facility into an on-the-job training hub for veterans and young adults as United Way grows the talent pool of skilled labor in the energy efficiency and clean technology market. And in times of natural disasters, the carbon neutral building will stand ready as a command center to serve the public.


Phone: 6319211484

Address: 819 Grand Blvd., Deer Park, NY, 11729, United States
 EverblueLesley BauldingManager Academic Workforce and Economic Development  Everblue is an IREC Accredited Training Provider headquartered in NC. Since 2008, Everblue has offered weatherization training courses across the country both as pre-scheduled open-enrollment classes and in partnership with community action agencies in various states. An up-to-date training schedule is available on the Everblue website. Groups are also encouraged to contact the Everblue team directly to schedule private on-site group training sessions.

With a combination of in-person and online course offerings, Everblue has trained over 75,000 students worldwide across all of its programs.

As a Veteran Owned Small Business, Everblue is committed to career equity and forging workforce development partnerships to drive change and create a better world. Everblue has partnered with 10+ state government agencies, including Minnesota Department of Commerce, Louisiana Housing Corporation, and Virginia Department of Agriculture, to deliver training, testing, and proctoring services.


Phone: 800-460-2575

Address: 210 Delburg Street, Davidson, NC, 28031, United States
 Association of Energy EngineersColin SpadyDirector of Business Development Non-Profit Other IAC, BTAC, Workforce DevelopmentThe Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a nonprofit professional association with over 18,000 members around the world. AEE has been at the forefront of energy management and energy efficiency for over 40 years. Our certification programs are accredited and internationally accepted.

For over 40 years we have implemented energy certification programs that have helped more than 30,000 professionals gain recognition for their technical knowledge and industry expertise. Our programs are recognized globally by local, state and federal governments, NGO’s, utilities, energy service companies and business professionals and engineers.

AEE’s training programs help industry professionals stay at the forefront of their fields or expand into new areas. Companies can use our programs to invest in their staff and develop their workforce. We offer multiple formats in-person, online, virtual and hybrid.

Two AEE certification programs, the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), will provide technical training in support of engineers, architects, building scientists, building energy permitting and enforcement officials, and building technicians in energy-efficient design and operations.

The CEM is one of the most globally respected certifications in the field of energy efficiency and energy management. It is recognized across industry for providing energy professionals with a holistic “big picture” view of energy management for non-residential buildings and facilities. During the course, attendees learn everything they need to know to optimize systems to help reduce costs, improve profits, and increase occupant satisfaction.

AEE’s CEA Training program is designed to provide attendees an in-depth and technical.
review of energy auditing. During the course, AEE’s instructors guide participants through the essential
steps necessary to evaluate facility energy systems from preliminary surveys through ASHRAE® Level 3
Energy Audits, how to analyze the results, and deliver them to the client.

Obtaining AEE’s CEA certification provides international credibility among energy management, sustainable and clean energy communities. Attendees of this program have included existing energy professionals, energy engineers, energy managers, facilities managers, and energy consultants.


Phone: 770-447-5083 ext. 239

Address: 3168 Mercer University Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30341, United States
 Fend IncChris EscamillaChief Growth Officer Small Business Other Cybersecurity for Critical InfrastructureFend Incorporated is a cybersecurity hardware company that protects the critical infrastructure around the globe that makes modern life possible. Fend provides a low-cost ruggedized data-diode product line designed to improve the cybersecurity protection and resilience for critical infrastructure, commercial and government buildings and facilities, water, wastewater, and electric utilities (substations, generation facilities, renewable energy facilities (wind, solar, hydropower, etc.), battery storage), and other suitable Operational Technology (OT)/Information Technology (IT) interfaces and network segmentations.

Fend’s offering includes:
• Product line of low-cost, ruggedized data diodes with multiple communication means which support a wide variety of protocols.

• An optional full-service offering which includes:
o Analysis for the appropriate number, type, and location for Fend data diodes;
o Asset inventory and network diagram of designated sites;
o Installation of Fend data diodes, and all other functions required for satisfactory and timely completion of these services.

• An optional Fend Cloud and Analytics package to securely upload data from the protected equipment via Fend’s data diodes to Fend Cloud which enables remote monitoring of the protected equipment via Fend’s web-based application.

Further, Fend’s solution provides immediate cost savings by:
• Eliminating the need for costly licensing fees and labor associated with firewall patches and upkeep;

• Labor efficiencies through the remote monitoring and analytics options dramatically reducing, the need for routine physical inspections and opening the door for predictive maintenance;

• Cost avoidance by preventing cyberattacks, service interruptions, and costly repair of infected or damaged equipment.

Tested by the Army, Navy, and National Cyber Range, Fend provides a tailorable, low cost, zero ongoing maintenance solution to improve the cybersecurity protection and resilience for critical infrastructure.


Phone: 571 970 1382 x707

Address: 4600 Fairfax Dr, Suite 410, Arlington, VA, 22203, United States
 Arise Veteran FoundationAnne DavisPartnerships & Fellow Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  Arise Veteran Foundation (Arise) is an American Indian Veteran Foundation, 501c3, that supports the vocational rehabilitation needs of underserved populations with a specialization on American Indian Veterans and their families as they transition out of the military.

Climate change and environmental pollution are changing how we live our lives, due to adverse health and environmental outcomes they create, it’s causing uncertainty for future generations. The Nation is now looking to remediate the damage using environmentally friendly solutions.

Our program is a holistic environmental and health, healing, and innovation and entrepreneurship program entitled "4R Land" having the following R goals (Reclaim, Regenerate, Renew, Repurpose) by developing eco-friendly businesses in clean energy, environmental remediation, and complimentary industries.

Our programs emphasis Native Ways of Knowing that empower SEDI workforce and entrepreneurs with the business tools and network access to reboot the economy, retool the workforce, and create small business in skilled trades, and remediate the land and former coal-driven economies.


Phone: 717-798-8020

Address: 2339 SPORTSMEN HILL DR, Chesterfield, MO, 63017-7361, United States
 Aims Community CollegeDavid SordiInstructor Academic Industrial and Heat Energy Audits, Management, and TechnologiesEnergy auditing/optimization; alternative energy technologies; energy management programs


Phone: 603-941-0132

Address: 5401 West 20th Street, Greeley, CO, 80634, United States
 Association of Energy EngineersColin SpadyDirector of Business Development Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development Workforce DevelopmentThe Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a non profit professional association with over 18,000 members around the world. Our vision is "Leading the global energy community to meet the challenges of a clean and sustainable future".

AEE has been providing energy efficiency training and certification programs since 1981. Our Certified Energy Manager certification is accredited to ISO 17024 and recognized by the DOE Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines. Two AEE certification programs, the CEM and CEA, will provide technical training in support of engineers, architects, building scientists, building energy permitting and enforcement officials, and building technicians in energy-efficient design and operations.

The CEM is one of the most globally respected certifications in the field of energy efficiency and energy management. Gain industry and peer recognition, bring value to your organization and propel your career forward.

A Certified Energy Manager is an individual who optimizes the energy performance of a facility, building, or industrial plant. The CEM is a systems integrator for electrical, mechanical, process, and building infrastructure, analyzing the optimum solutions to reduce energy consumption in a cost-effective approach. CEM’s are often team leaders and help to develop and implement their organizations’ energy management strategies. CEM’s have gained increased recognition within the energy industry and by companies looking to strengthen their competitive position by having responsible energy strategies and sustainable operational practices.

CEA training participants learn pre-audit requirements to ensure accurate data collection, measurement and verification. They learn what they need to know when conducting audits of building equipment and systems, such as lighting, pumps, motors, drives, HVAC, water systems, etc. Participants learn the financial and economic aspects of an energy audit and how they can affect the bottom line for an organization. They learn how to analyze utilities, and how energy demand, energy rates, energy accounting and performance contracting all affect an energy audit. And finally, participants learn how to identify the “low-hanging fruit” that is ripe for energy conservation opportunities.


Phone: 7034475083

Address: 3168 Mercer University Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30341, United States
 The Opera House PlayersSusan ChoquetteExecutive Director Non-Profit Other Energy Efficiency in Non-Profit BuildingsThe Opera House Players (OHP) vision and mission is to:

To provide Broadway quality, affordable musical theater to the community.
*To attract the top local talent and reach the broadest audience with our productions, in a theater that is comfortable and inviting
*To provide an outlet for innovative, creative and artistic expression
*To engage the community for cultural enrichment and long-term sustainability of the theater

The Opera House Players is a non-profit volunteer-based community theater group based out of Enfield, CT. Founded in 1968 (originally the St Martha Players,) they are one of the oldest groups in the area performing exclusively musical theatre. In 2003 they moved from Enfield to Broad Brook and became The Opera House Players. Since then, they have continued to uphold and grow their reputation for high-quality, award-winning productions. They perform four shows a season, with a variety ranging from comedy to drama, contemporary to classic, as well as multiple fundraisers a year.

In 2018, coinciding with their 50th anniversary, The Opera House Players returned to their original hometown of Enfield, CT, occupying the historic Presbyterian church. They have completed the planning and design for a total renovation of the church into their new theater home. Part of this renovation will include a full replacement of the very old and outdated HVAC system. The Opera House Players is looking to be a team partner in this energy efficiency program for the HVAC replacement.

The theater renovation is an integral part of the revitalization of the Thompsonville section of Enfield, contributing to the economic redevelopment of this area.


Phone: 413-537-9083

Address: 100 High St., Enfield, CT, 06082, United States
 YWCA USASabrina W. Horton  Non-Profit Other Energy Efficiency in Nonprofits BuildingsYWCA USA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. We are one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the nation, serving over 2 million women, girls, and their families.

YWCA has been at the forefront of the most pressing social movements for more than 160 years — from voting rights to civil rights, from affordable housing to pay equity, from violence prevention to health care reform. Today, we combine programming and advocacy in order to generate institutional change in three key areas: racial justice and civil rights, empowerment and economic advancement of women and girls, and health and safety of women and girls.

YWCA reaches 2.3 million women, girls and their families through more than 200 local associations in 45 states and the District of Columbia. We provide critical programs, including domestic and sexual violence services, through 12,500 staff members and 52,000 volunteers.

We are the largest network of domestic and sexual violence service providers in the nation. More than 150 YWCAs across 44 states provide gender-based violence services. Every year, in communities big and small, YWCAs get up and do the work of providing safe and secure housing, crisis hotlines, counseling, court assistance, and other community and safety programs to more than 535,000 women, children and families.

YWCA is creating a safer, more just world by offering safe and secure emergency shelter, transitional housing, and long-term housing to victims and survivors of gender-based violence so they can avoid homelessness and rebuild their lives. In many communities, YWCA is the only provider of housing for domestic violence survivors. The fact that 1 in 4 women is homeless because of violence committed against her, and more than 92% of homeless mothers have experienced severe physical and/or sexual abuse during their lifetime makes YWCAs services even more crucial.

It is YWCA USA's intention to invest in energy-efficiency improvements across the 44 states and 150 facilities it owns and/or operates.


Phone: 202-524-5342

Address: 1400 Eye Street, NW, Suite 325, Washington, DC, 20005, United States
 DiverseAmerica NetworkRalph B. Ibarra  Small Business Other Topic Areas 1, 2, 3§ Workforce development specialist proficient with the design and implementation of mechanisms for effective worker recruitment, advancement and retention that embodies Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) in every facet.
§ Purveyor of training methods for new and incumbent workers that support upward mobility through registered apprenticeship, stackable credentials, targeted upskilling, or more specialized training programs to attract and retain skilled workers in clean energy industries; e.g., DOL Good Jobs Principles, Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act, CareerOneStop, National Skills Coalition, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, O*NET Online, ApprenticeshipUSA, etc.
§ Community & Labor Engagement practitioner – such as local governments, Tribal governments, and community-based organizations that support or work with underserved communities, including Disadvantaged Communities as defined for purposes of the Justice40 Initiative.
§ Justice40 Initiative Accelerator cohort and alumni to actualize Sec. 223 of Executive Order14008 that certain Federal investments might be made toward a goal that 40 percent of the overall benefits flow to disadvantaged communities; e.g., U.S. DOE Energy Justice Mapping Tool and General Guidance for Justice40 Implementation, Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool, etc.
§ Crafting of workforce and community agreements; i.e., Community Workforce Agreements, Project Labor Agreements, Community Benefit Plans, Workplace Safety & Health Plans that incorporate Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timely (SMART) milestones that measure outcomes.
§ Supplier diversity professional able to identify Minority Business Enterprises, Minority-Owned Businesses, Woman-Owned Businesses, Native American-owned businesses, LGBT-owned business, and Veteran-Owned Businesses to solicit as vendors and sub-contractors for bids on supplies, services and equipment.
§ Resume/CV available upon request.
Website: www.DiverseAmerica.Net


Phone: 253-653-4645

Address: 826 Algona Blvd N, Algona, WA, 98001-4314, United States
 electrical training ALLIANCETodd Stafford  Non-Profit Other Topic Area 2: IACs at Union Training ProgramsThe electrical training ALLIANCE (ALLIANCE) is the leading publisher of education materials for the electrical industry. For over 81 years, we have been the only curriculum endorsed by the industry's largest labor and management organizations - the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). With our instructor training resources, regional curriculum (Interim Credential, pre-apprenticeship, and apprenticeship), and advanced learning technologies including computer mediated learning (CML), the ALLIANCE brings a new level of education to the classroom and can train students better than any other curriculum available.

The ALLIANCE provides training materials to over 270 registered apprenticeship programs nationwide, in every US state. The ALLIANCE and these union training centers partner with local contractors and IBEW and NECA representatives, preparing a workforce that is well-qualified to build in-demand electrical infrastructure and implement energy-savings solutions identified in industrial assessments. The ALLIANCE is committed to creating a diverse workforce and is implementing strategies to increase the number of workers from the industry’s under-represented communities, such as women and people of color.

The ALLIANCE is part of a nationwide network of union training programs. We are interested in learning about opportunities to partner with existing IACs and other partnership opportunities.


Phone: 301.715.2385

Address: 5001 Howerton Way, Suite N, Bowie, MD, 20715-4459, United States
 A&R Auto Repair and Services, LLCAmanda Summerford  Individual Transportation EV FAST CHARGING USING RENEWABLE ENERGYCurrently own and operate automotive repair shop. Expanding services to include electric vehicles-repair, maintenance and manufacturing. As well as installing Smart DC Fast Charging Station to be powered by 100% renewable electricity produced by solar. Implement EV battery storage, reuse, recycling processes in transition to reach zero emissions goal. My business is committed to EV adoption, transitioning operations and supply chain to net zero emissions initiatives.


Phone: 9108561156

Address: 6967 NC HIGHWAY 904, Fairmont, NC, 28340, United States
 MiraCosta Community CollegeLinda Kurokawa  Academic Other The Future of Jobs and Skills: Creating a New Workforce StrategyMiraCosta College's Technology Career Institute (TCI) in Carlsbad, CA is a unique educational facility dedicated to providing low-cost, ACCELERATED training programs that prepare individuals for high-wage, in-demand careers. TCI has already been successful in offering certificate programs in growing industries such as advanced manufacturing, engineering, and biotech equipment manufacturing, with more than 90% of students completing the program and securing employment. TCI is a hub for innovation and collaboration, bringing together experts from various fields to work on groundbreaking projects.
We are expanding our building to feature advanced start-up workspaces, training rooms, and new labs, all equipped with the latest technology to support the work of entrepreneurs, researchers, and students. New programs will include battery storage technology, electrician, HVAC, composites, aquaculture, and advanced additive manufacturing.


Phone: 17607956824

Address: 2075 Las Palmas Drive, Carlsbad, CA, 92011, United States
 Central New Mexico Community College/CNM IngenuityAndrea Sisneros-Wichman  Academic Other Workforce TrainingConstruction/Electrician:
Solar installers/technicians
Wind Energy installer/technicians
Power Distribution for wind/solar/hydro

Airframe and Power plant:

Aircraft Technician

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

Internet of Things Rapid Prototyping

IoT Coding and Hardware Design Development.

Automotive Technology

Electrical Trades

Heating Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration

Industrial Technology (Mechatronics)

Machine Tool Technology

Advanced Manufacturing (Trade Bar E):
Technicians to support the advanced manufacturing pathways for supply chain items related to non-petroleum technologies.

Partnerships with businesses, industry, and other academic institutions on any of the above initiatives are of great interest to the College to create programs of significant value for our current and future students.


Phone: 505-244-4000 ext52007

Address: 525 Buena Vista Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM, 87106, United States
 San Francisco State UniversityEd Cheng  Academic Other Topic areas 1, 2, and 3San Francisco State University's (SF State's) Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) has been in operation since 1992 and has conducted over 600 energy assessments at manufacturing facilities and wastewater treatment plants. With our sister IACs at San Jose State University and San Diego State University, SF State will establish and lead the IAC program's newly announced Western Center of Excellence. We are available to team with community colleges, trade schools, union training programs, and other partner organizations in the Western U.S. to support responses to this FOA.


Phone: 415-405-3486

Address: School of Engineering, 1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, CA, 94132, United States
 Santa Rosa Junior CollegeBenjamin Goldstein  Academic Other IAC and BTACCommunity college
Credit and contract education
Online education
Community partnerships
Disadvantaged communities
Small businesses


Phone: 707-527-4880

Address: 1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401, United States
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