The Georgia Agricultural Irrigation Motor (AIM) Rebate Program provides farmers with a rebate to replace inefficient diesel irrigation engines with energy-efficient electric irrigation motors. The rebates will cover 25 percent of eligible project costs, with a $10,000 maximum rebate available. AIM's goal is to help Georgia farmers become more energy-efficient, save money on fuel costs, and reduce emissions.

Funding for the Georgia Agricultural Irrigation Motor Rebate Program, awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, has been completely reserved.

Once the irrigation motor installation is complete and you have made full payment to the installation contractor, you will need to invoice GEFA to receive your rebate payment. The deadline to invoice GEFA for the rebate payment is Thursday, May 15, 2014.

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