Chapter 267-3 LOCAL GOVERNMENT\NON-PROFIT ENERGY CONSERVATION GRANT PROGRAM
In compliance with the "Fair and Open Grants" Article of the "Budget Accountability and Planning Act of 1993," following is the information on a grant program being implemented in late 1993.
Local Government/Non-Profit Energy Conservation Grant Program.
Rule 267-3-.03 The Citation to Statutory Basis for the Grant Program in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated or Other General Law of the State of Georgia
Funded from Stripper Well Settlement Agreement Petroleum Overcharge funds.
To implement energy conservation measures to conserve energy.
Local Governments funded 100%, and non-profits 50/50 match up to $5,000. Total allowable for each successful applicant is $5,000. Total amount for grant program is $70,000.
Local Government or Non-Profit Facilities.
Eligible energy conservation measures are those which a) conserve energy (on a site BTU basis); b) have a simple payback of not less than one (1) nor more than fifteen (15) years. The payback period with calculations and the cost of the energy conservation measure must be provided.
Art centers and senior centers will be given first priority due to requests made during the April public hearings for the oil overcharge monies, however, all local government and non-profit facilities are eligible for this program.
Applications must be in this Office on or before September 30, 1994. The application should be mailed to:
Local Government/Non-Profit Energy
Conservation Grant Program
Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority
Division of Energy Resources
2090 Equitable Building
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-1911