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Alabama SAVES

Official Website

Administrative Entity:

Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

Open To:

Public and Private fleets

Total Incentives Available
  • Up to $4,000,000 available
     
Deadline:
  • Rolling low cost financing
     
How to Apply:
  • Complete the application located here.
     
Incentive Details:
  • Program provides 1% fixed rate financing to Alabama businesses for lighting, HVAC, controls, envelope, process improvement upgrades, solar photovoltaic systems, and LNG/CNG or propane fleet conversions.
  • A below market rate is enabled through the U.S. Department of Energy, State Energy Program, and the Energy Division of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA).
  • Program loan funds may be used to purchase and install energy-efficient fixtures and retrofits, alternative fueling projects and renewable energy systems that achieve a 10-year payback or better.
     
Eligible Applicants:
  • Alabama governmental, institutional, and commercial and industrial properties.
     
Eligible Expenses:
  • Purchase and install energy-efficient fixtures and retrofits, alternative fueling projects and renewable energy systems that achieve a 10-year payback or better.
     
Ineligible Expenses:
  • New construction of buildings and factories.
     
Contact Information:

Michael McHugh
Direct: (205) 279-2919
Mobile: (251) 510-2460
Email: mmchugh@abundantpower.com  

 

 

 

 

 

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