South Carolina GPR Guidance
Projects that are not considered “categorical” may still qualify for the GPR. Such “business case” projects must be evaluated for their eligibility within one of the four targeted types of GPR eligible projects based upon a business case argument. The business case should provide a cost/benefit analysis, estimated project life and payback period, supporting calculations, and any supporting documentation. See the following excerpt from EPA’s GPR guidance to learn more about how to present a business case for a potential SRF project. Business cases will be approved by the State, required as long as “green projects” are a priority with the EPA. An approved business case must be included in the State’s project files (as of 2013) and contain clear documentation that the project achieves identifiable and substantial benefits. The following sections provide guidelines for business case development.
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