Charge Georgia is an incentive program designed to increase electric vehicle charging stations throughout Georgia.
GEFA announced today that initial site work for the Georgia Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Demonstration Project is slated to begin in September with the construction of the two deep monitoring wells.
Six state agencies eligible for Energy Performance Contracting Program.
The 2014 report highlights initiatives designed to secure Georgia's energy future.
The GEFA board of directors today awarded the cities of Adel, Ashburn, Byromville, Byron, Cairo, Comer, Davisboro, Dudley, Griffin, Helen, and Sylvester, the Georgia Gateway Community Improvement District (CID), the Lamar County Regional Solid Waste Authority, Lowndes County, the Madison County Industrial Development and Building Authority, and the Sinclair Water Authority, financing totaling $62,784,362 for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements.
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority's (GEFA) Water Resources Division was the recipient of a National Recognition Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for its Water Loss Technical Assistance Program. The distinction honors projects that demonstrate exceptional achievement in engineering.
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) executive committee today awarded the cities of Danielsville, Griffin, Hinesville, LaFayette, Lavonia, Leesburg, Tybee Island, Walnut Grove, and The Albany Water, Gas & Light Commission financing totaling $29,096,000 for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements.
Funding for the Georgia Agricultural Irrigation Motor Rebate Program, awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, has been completely reserved. Invoice information for rebate recipients is now available.
The application period for the third round of low-interest loan funding under the Governor's Water Supply Program is now open.
GEFA today announced that all eligible energy, land, and water conservation projects will receive a 1 percent interest rate reduction. Previously, the interest rate reduction only applied to loans for water conservation projects. The initiative encourages energy, land and water conservation and sustainability.