Chapter 267-5 INSTITUTIONAL CONSERVATION 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 the Spring of 1995.
Grant Programs for Schools and Hospitals and Buildings Owned by Units of Local Government and Public Care Institutions also known as the Institutional Conservation Program, or the ICP.
Rule 267-5-.03 The Citation to the Statutory Basis for the Grant Program in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated
Funded from federal appropriated and Exxon Petroleum Violation Overcharge funds.
To provide matching financial assistance to promote energy conservation and efficiency in buildings.
Funding for energy conservation Technical Assistance Studies or the implementation of Energy Conservation Measures normally on a 50-50 basis. Total allowable for each successful applicant is 10% of total funding level.
Only non-profit or public schools and hospitals. Building must have been constructed on or prior to May 1, 1989.
Eligible energy conservation measures are those which a) meet the cost effectiveness test of simple payback of between two (2) and ten (10) years; b) the type(s) and quantity(ies) of energy to be saved with weighted adjustments; c) the quality of the Technical Assistance Report; and d) the potential for the use of renewable resources. For Technical Assistance projects, priority is based upon the energy conservation potential of each building.
Applications must be in this Office by the close of business, on March 31, 1995. Two original copies of the application along with supporting documentation.
Institutional Conservation Program
Division of Energy Resources
Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority
2090 Equitable Building
Atlanta, Georgia 30303