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Due to the COVID-19 virus, GEFA staff are working remotely—with minimal staff in the office—to ensure our programs continue operating smoothly.
Loan commitments include energy and water conservation projects.
Vienna loan will help with Tyson Foods expansion.
ATLANTA – The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) provided Glynn County $7,170,000 in funding for energy-efficiency improvements in several of the county’s buildings through Georgia’s Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) allotment to local governments.
Eleven Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $12,354,701 for water, water supply, sewer and wastewater infrastructure improvements. Loan commitments include energy and water conservation projects.
View GEFA's 2014 Annual Report.
Russ Pennington has been named deputy director at GEFA. Pennington will also lead the Governor’s Water Supply Program, working closely with Judson H. Turner, the state’s Environmental Protection Division (EPD) director in the new office established by Gov.