Town Hall: GGRF Opportunities for Your CU

Town Hall Series:
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) Opportunities for Your Credit Union

Tuesday, August 8 at 1:15 PM ET

Inclusiv invites you to our next virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, August 8 at 1:15 PM ET for an overview of the $27 billion Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund’s (GGRF) three grant competitions (part of the Inflation Reduction Act):

  • $14 billion National Clean Investment Fund (NCIF)
  • $6 billion Clean Communities Investment Accelerator (CCIA)
  • $7 billion Solar for All

The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make sure the benefits of solar, energy efficiency, and other cost-saving energy technologies reach the communities and members you serve – those most impacted by climate events, air pollution, and rising utility bills.

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.

Please send all questions in advance to Jules Epstein-Hebert, Director of Membership before Monday, August 7 at 5 PM ET.


Dana Archer-Rosenthal
Consultant, Dana Archer-Rosenthal Consulting LLC

Dana Archer-Rosenthal has 20 years of experience supporting innovative poverty alleviation and environmental sustainability initiatives. She has held leadership positions in leading social enterprises (Hot Bread Kitchen, BlocPower), community development financial institutions (Nonprofit Finance Fund) and philanthropy (Robin Hood Foundation), and has managed program delivery for large-scale public-private partnerships funded by the City of New York and the federal Social Innovation Fund. She has deep issue area expertise in workforce and economic development with a focus on the clean energy sectors, and social innovation financing and funding models.

Hannah Kramer
Senior Program Officer, Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy, Inclusiv

Hannah Kramer is a Senior Program Officer at Inclusiv’s Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy. In this role she serves as a strategic advisor to the Center’s rapidly growing network of community financial institutions helping them to build accessible and affordable clean energy financing solutions in underserved communities. Prior to joining Inclusiv, Hannah worked for four years at the Financial Health Network (FHN), where she was a Senior Program Manager for the Financial Solutions Lab, a 10-year initiative that cultivates, supports, and scales innovative ideas that advance the financial health of LMI and historically underserved communities. Hannah also worked for four years at FleishmanHillard, a global communications firm, as a Senior Account Executive in its Public Affairs Division and as a member of its Global Crisis Practice Group. Hannah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Kenyon College and a Master of Public Administration from the London School of Economics.

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