A total of $320,000 is available in the seventh round of a renewables programme run by the energy bureau at Wisconsin's Department of Administration. The Renewable Energy Assistance Programme is to help development of the Midwest state's indigenous energy resources and energy diversity, create jobs, boost the local economy and reduce the impact of using fossil fuels. Applicants may include local businesses, non-profit organisations and government agencies who want to conduct feasibility studies or build or modify renewable projects. Construction grants of up to $75,000 for 10-20% of building or modifying a project are being offered on a first come, first served basis, up to a total of $200,000. Feasibility grants, to be received by June 28, are for a maximum of $15,000 each for 50% cost-sharing of projects, up to a total of $120,000.