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Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA)

WIFIA Application Materials

In the letter of interest, the prospective borrower provides information to demonstrate its projects eligibility, financial creditworthiness, engineering feasibility, and alignment with EPA’s policy priorities. If EPA selects the projects, then the prospective borrower is invited to submit an application. EPA will only select projects that it expects might reasonably proceed to closing. New application materials for the FY 2020 funding round will be available when the next Notice of Funding Availability is announced.

 

WIFIA Letter of Interest Form

Prospective borrowers should submit a completed letter of interest form for their project to the WIFIA program. In the letter of interest, the prospective borrower provides information to demonstrate its projects eligibility, financial creditworthiness, engineering feasibility, and alignment with EPA’s policy priorities.
 

WIFIA Letter of Interest Checklist

Prospective borrowers can use this checklist as a guide when completing the WIFIA Letter of Interest Form.
 

Sample Letter of Interest

This document serves as an example of a completed WIFIA Letter of Interest.
 

Sample Financial Pro Forma

Prospective borrowers should provide a summary financial pro forma as part of their letter of interest submission. This document serves as an example of the type of information that prospective borrowers should include in the pro forma provided to the WIFIA program.
 

WIFIA Application Form

If EPA selects the projects, then the prospective borrower is invited to submit an application. EPA will only select projects that it expects might reasonably proceed to closing. If you would like a copy of WIFIA's application form, email the WIFIA email box (wifia@epa.gov).
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