The Public Affairs Division gets behind the video camera to highlight GEFA-financed projects—a spring enclosure in Polk County and an electric vehicle (EV) charging station program. Click here for more information.
The Solar for Schools Program will provide students the opportunity to enter the workforce specializing in electrical applications of installing, inspecting, and repairing solar panels. Savannah Technical College (Savannah Tech) was selected to participate in the program and received a $233,000 matching grant.
The Charge Georgia Program—created by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA)—incentivized cities, counties, and universities to install electric vehicle charging stations. The city of Sandy Springs participated in the program and installed two charging stations in Hammond Park.
In 2010, the Georgia General Assembly passed the Georgia Water Stewardship Act (GWSA) that stated all public Georgia water systems, serving more than 3,300 individuals had to conduct an annual water loss audit.
GEFA recently welcomed three new staff members to our Water Resources Division.
The 2016 Georgia Energy Report discusses energy-related trends across Georgia and the U.S.
Registration is now open for the 11th annual Georgia Environmental Conference—the state’s largest environmental conference.
The Polk County Water Authority received a $1.2 million Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) loan by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) to finance an enclosure for Deaton Spring.