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The Davis-Bacon Act

The Davis-Bacon Act (DBA) is a federal law that requires contractors and subcontractors working on federally funded or assisted public building/public work construction contracts exceeding $2,000 to pay their laborers and mechanics no less than the locally prevailing wages and fringe benefits.
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Justice40 Initiative

The Justice40 Initiative (J40) calls for 40% of the overall benefits of certain federal investments to flow to disadvantaged communities (DACs). At its core, the initiative provides a pathway for equitable deep decarbonization that transforms and builds wealth in underserved/overburdened communities.
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Build America, Buy America Act

The Build America, Buy America Act (BABA) refers to a series of regulations and policies designed to promote the use of American-made materials and products in federally funded infrastructure projects. The goal of BABA is to help support domestic manufacturing, create jobs and stimulate economic growth.

About the 40101(d) Grid Resiliency Grant

This is a collection of questions and answers about the 40101(d) Grid Resiliency Grants.

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Heather Hubbard 302-735-3352
If you have further questions about grid resiliency, the committee, and the application process, please refer to the Application Overview

About the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund

This is a collection of questions and answers about the Delaware Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). If you have questions on program eligibility, the application process or need help completing the application, email or call 802-482-5645. Please refer to the program guidelines for more details for the specific pathway requirements and

Air Toxics Questions and Answers

Questions and answers about air toxics and the Delaware Air Toxics Assessment Study (DATAS).
Toxic air pollutants, also referred to as air toxics or hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), are chemicals that, at sufficient concentrations and exposures, are known or suspected to cause cancer. HAPs can also