Town Hall: Important CCIA Update

Town Hall: Important Clean Communities Investment Accelerator (CCIA) Update!

Join us on Tuesday, July 9 at 1:15 PM ET!

Tomorrow's Town Hall agenda has been updated. (CDFI Policy Updates will move to a future webinar).

Inclusiv invites you to our next virtual Town Hall, Tuesday, July 9 at 1:15 PM ET, for updates on how credit unions will benefit from Inclusiv’s selection for a historic $1.87 billion Clean Communities Investment Accelerator (CCIA) grant through the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF).

Inclusiv will be providing CCIA grants for capitalization and capacity building to credit unions to build and manage green loan programs. These funds will be transformational in lowering the costs of clean energy and energy efficiency upgrades that can lower utility bills, reduce air pollution, and increase comfort inside buildings for low-income and disadvantaged communities across the country. With this funding, Inclusiv will ensure that the credit union movement is at the forefront of building an equitable, green economy.

We last provided an update on our CCIA program in our April 2024 Town Hall and we are excited to be able to provide more details in this upcoming Town Hall!

This session is part of the monthly Inclusiv Town Hall webinar series. If you are registered for this series, you'll already have access to the next Town Hall session.

Featured Speakers

Neda Arabshahi
SVP, Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy,

Neda Arabshahi is Senior Vice President of the Inclusiv Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy. In this capacity, she is working to build a network of credit unions committed to designing and scaling solutions to climate change, with a goal of promoting affordable and sustainable energy for all people. Neda has over 17 years experience in the clean energy and sustainability space. Most recently she served as Chief Operating Officer at the energy startups Radiator Labs and BlocPower, where she helped to create financing and access to clean energy and energy efficiency retrofits for low- and moderate-income building owners. Prior to those roles, she led the energy program at the Clinton Global Initiative, partnering with public and private sector members to build commitments to low carbon energy solutions, including developing resilient electricity grids and solar workforce redevelopment.

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