MSHDA is pleased to announce a statewide competitive funding round to obtain subrecipients for an energy-efficiency program. The first funding round will provide up to $10 million dollars statewide via the Michigan Housing Opportunities Promoting Energy-Efficiency (MI–HOPE) program which will be an extension of the Neighborhood Enhancement Program. MI–HOPE is a federally funded program utilizing United States Department of the Treasury American Rescue Plan (ARP) Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF).
MI-HOPE online application now available!
This is the first step in the MI–HOPE application process, once completed the application will be forwarded to a subrecipient agency based on zip code. That subrecipient agency will utilize its written program guidelines to establish funding priorities and their individual selection process and criteria. Each subrecipient agency may elect to collect additional documentation at their discretion.