GNA Program Has Secured $255 Million Worth of Grants
Need help securing grant funding? Fleets & Fuels publisher Gladstein, Neandross & Associates is hosting a Wednesday webinar on its Funding 360 program, which over the years has resulted in some $255 million worth of grant awards for company clients.
GNA has written more than 300 grant applications and boasts a success rate of better than 90% (F&F, May 8). The webinar this week addresses California’s Alternative Fuel Vehicle & Infrastructure Funding opportunities.
This week’s webinar – August 12 at 10:00am Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern time – will explain how GNA’s Funding 360 team can help applicants get their share of tens of millions of dollars that’s available for alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure projects – electric, natural gas, and renewable fuels for vehicles of all weight classes.
“Fleet managers and alternative fuel project developers can gain valuable insight on how to easily identify the right funding,” GNA says – and learn how to submit winning applications.
Webinar speakers include
- GNA VP Rebecca Schenker, who directs GNA’s programs department and manages grant, policy, market research, market development, and communications efforts on behalf of GNA’s clients. Schenker has helped clients secure more than $150 million in grant funding for clean transportation and renewable energy projects – and has saved them more than $50 million in regulatory compliance approaches.
- GNA senior associate Joe Annotti , who manages GNA’s Funding 360° program in addition to providing project support, data analysis, and strategy development expertise for GNA’s broad client base. Annotti has experience with heavy-duty projects in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and most recently held a leadership position with the U.S. EPA’s Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grants program.
GNA’s Funding 360 team monitors some 500 funding opportunities nationwide
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