Georgia Financing Options for Conservation Water and Energy projects
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) works to develop innovative programs to maintain Georgia’s energy, land, and water resources. GEFA also strives to make such initiatives more accessible and financially sound for communities throughout Georgia. Potential water efficiency and conservation projects fall under one of two groups: utility water loss, and end-sue efficiency and conservation. GEFA operates three low-interest loan programs that can be used by local governments to finance a wide range of energy production and conservation projects – the state-funded Georgia Fund, and the federally-funded Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRF). See also the possible projects for energy production and conservation, applicable funding, and their financing terms.
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