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The SRF Loan Program is pleased to offer the Green Project Reserve (GPR) Sustainability Incentive Program, which encourages SRF Loan Program participants to reduce resource consumption – resources such as energy, water, and construction materials - thereby improving efficiency and saving costs.
Green projects include sustainable green infrastructure, water or energy efficiency measures or are environmentally innovative solutions. Based on the type and cost of the green component, a community may be eligible for improved ranking on the SRF Project Priority List as well as an interest rate break up to 0.5% on its SRF loan. The SRF Loan Program is required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to allocate, or reserve, at least 20% of its capitalization grant to green projects, which is the Green Project Reserve (GPR). All GPR projects, components and activities must be eligible for SRF funding.
View the GPR Sustainability Incentive Fact Sheet for more information.
|Environmental Innovation||Water Efficiency||Energy Efficiency||Green Infrastructure|
|Lake Station||Earl Park|
|Lake Station Phase II||Dunkirk||Huntington|
|Indiana American Water||Petersburg||LaPorte|
There are no Drinking Water Categorical Exclusions at this time
|Washington||Tell City||Bremen||Speedway LTCP|
|Battle Ground||Montgomery County||Liberty||Huntington Frederick Street|
|Whitestown||New Albany Basin 4|
|Greentown||New Albany Basin 27|
|Whitestown||New Albany Sewer Lining|
|Huntington Frederick Street|
|Chesterton Phase I|
|Chesterton Phase II|
|Huntington Rabbit Run|
|Greentown||New Albany Basin 14 and Mount Tabor Lift Station||Greentown|
|Jeffersonville-10th St. Pump Station Expansion||Huntington Frederick Street|
|Chesterton Phase I|
To apply to the SRF Loan Program, please visit Applications, Guidance & Documents.
Fact sheets and guidance documents