Photo Caption: Presentation of Ceremonial $100,000 check to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity for insulated skirting for manufactured homes. (L to R) Jim Purcell, Grant Manager, Empowerment Grant Program; Michael D’Ovidio, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity; Kevin Gilmore, Execute Director, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity; Drew Slater, Public Advocate, Delaware Division of the Public Advocate; Reverend Tesha Miller, Board Member with Sussex County Habitat for Humanity

Energize Delaware announced that the Empowerment Grant Program (EGP), funded by the Exelon Merger for Delmarva Power Customers in Delaware, is awarding $100,000 to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity (SCHFH).  In its application, SCHFH proposed an insulated skirting program to help 30 low-income Delmarva Power customers living in manufactured housing –housing that is often left out of home repairs and weatherization programs. Delmarva Power customers could receive a new insulated skirt at no cost. This program will install insulated skirting to eligible low-income manufactured homeowners and renters in Sussex County. Insulated skirting increases the energy efficiency of manufactured homes and can decrease energy costs by up to 25%. 

To apply for this program, visit the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity office or click here.

To view the press release, click here.

For more information about Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, click here.

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