- The Geothermal Exchange
- Iowa Department of Economic Development
- Iowa Finance Authority
- U.S. Department of Agriculture
The rural electric cooperatives involved in Homeward:
- Butler County REC
- Calhoun County REC
- Franklin REC
- Grundy County REC
- Heartland Power Cooperative
- Midland Power Cooperative
- Prairie Energy Cooperative
- Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative
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