Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) is providing GEFA’s Energy Resources Division with additional funding over the next five years through the U.S. Department of Energy. GEFA’s BIL funding for energy efficiency and renewal energy projects is provided below.
State Energy Program
- $10,814,200 in additional funding to be spent over a five-year period.
- Funding to be spent on Georgia’s energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy policy, and energy security planning priorities.
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
- $84,313,639 in additional funding to be spent over a five-year period.
- Funding to provide energy conservation measures to income-eligible households.
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund Grant Program
- $2,354,554 in new funding to be spent over a five-year period.
- Funding to start a new energy efficiency revolving loan fund for residential and commercial customers in Georgia.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants
- $4,340,345 in new funding to be spent over a five-year period.
- Funding for local governments to implement energy efficiency measures.
40101(d) Preventing Outages and Enhancing Grid Resiliency
- Funding provided over a five-year period: $8,680,915 in new funding for year one and $8,655,930 in year two.
- Funding to improve the resilience of the electric grid against disruptive events.
- Click here to watch the BIL 40101 (d) public hearing
- 40101(d) Public Hearing PowerPoint presentation
As it becomes available, additional information for these funding opportunities will be provided.
For information on BIL funding for water and wastewater infrastructure, click here.
- Weatherization BIL State Plan- Draft
- BIL 40101(d) Preventing Outages and Enhancing Grid Resilience Plan- Draft