The governor's office announced Friday that four companies have been awarded more than $226,000 in federal stimulus money to make energy-efficiency upgrades to their industrial sites in Kentucky.
The companies receiving grants include 3M in Cynthiana ($86,689), AGC Automotive Americas in Elizabethtown ($83,990), Hausner Hard-Chrome in Owensboro ($35,377) and General Motors in Bowling Green ($20,900).
3M plans to use the money to change its air-handling units and install an advanced energy-monitoring system, according to a statement. The others will use the money for lighting projects.
The recipients are required to contribute at least half of the cost of the projects.
To learn more about grant funding opportunities for businesses, go to Energy.ky.gov.