The Modern Rebirth of 63 North Fraley Street in Kane Celebrates How High-Performance Buildings Can Enrich Communities

November 11, 2022

An inspiring two-day event to celebrate the grand opening of the first Passive House designed commercial building retrofit in the U.S. In 2019, West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF)...Read More

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library Receives Grant for Building Energy Upgrade

October 3, 2022

The Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library has received a grant from WPPSEF to upgrade their lighting to a more efficient LED (light-emitting diodes).  This WPPSEF grant will enable the library...Read More

Lutheran Home at Kane Conducts Energy Audit and Ventilation Review of Facility with Grant Support from WPPSEF

June 7, 2022

The audit is a major next step in the Lutheran Home at Kane’s strategic plan to expand services and modernize the facility to meet the growing needs of our aging...Read More

The Rise of Regenerative Design

March 25, 2022

How architects are using regenerative design to improve communities and save the environment. Showcasing one of WPPSEF’s projects, RE Farm Café at Windswept, designed to be the first Living Building...Read More

WPPSEF Releases RFP for Clean Energy Projects

December 20, 2021

Do you have a clean energy project that needs funding? We will be putting more money on the streets to support clean energy activities through a Request for Proposals (RFP)....Read More

Elk County’s Community Recycling Center receives WPPSEF grant for biomass system upgrades

November 19, 2021

Elk County’s recycling program received a $37,800 grant from WPPSEF to improve the performance of its biomass furnace by upgrading the furnace controls. The county purchased the former Advanced Recycling...Read More


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