FY2014 Loan Award Recipients List
Low-interest Loans to Schools and Governments for Energy Efficiency Improvements
The Division of Energy provides loans to public schools (K-12), public/private colleges and universities, city/county governments, public water and wastewater treatment facilities, and public/private not-for-profit hospitals to help reduce energy costs through the Energy Loan Program. This loan financing may be used for various energy-saving investments, including projects such as upgrading insulation, lighting systems, heating and cooling systems, windows and other items that affect your energy use.
Loan recipients benefit from increased occupant comfort in their buildings and reduced energy costs. The financing also frees up tax dollars that school districts, higher education facilities and local governments can use for essential services or other capital improvements. Loan recipients repay the loan with money saved on energy costs as a result of implementing the energy-efficiency projects. These loans are not defined as debt, so the loan financing does not count against debt limits or require a public vote or bond issuance.
Since the fund was initiated in 1989, the Division of Energy has awarded more than 520 loans, which has resulted in nearly $84 million in completed energy-efficiency projects and more than $158 million in estimated cumulative energy savings.
Examples of eligible projects include:
- Heating and air conditioning upgrades.
- Lighting improvements.
- Building insulation.
- Window replacements.
- Renewable energy systems.
- Combined heat and power.
Applications will be reviewed on a competitive basis until all available funds are awarded.
Please find the approved FY2014 Loan Awards below.
Please contact Energy Loan Manager at 855-522-2796 for more information.
|APPLICANT ||COUNTY ||SCOPE OF WORK ||LOAN AMOUNT ||ENERGY SAVINGS |
|Aurora R-VIII School District ||Lawrence ||HVAC and window reduction ||$6,255 ||$716 |
|Bakersfield R-IV School District ||Ozark ||HVAC ||$20,420 ||$2,338 |
|Fayette, City of ||Howard ||Street Lights ||$29,500 ||$3,711 |
|Fox C-6 School District ||Jefferson ||Lighting ||$218,870 ||$27,229 |
|Licking R-VIII School District ||Texas ||Geothermal ||$89,000 ||$10,191 |
|Meramec Valley R-III ||Franklin ||Lighting/motion sensors ||$31,430 ||$3,621 |
|Missouri University of Science and Technology ||Phelps ||HVAC and lighting ||$550,580 ||$63,669 |
|Missouri Western State University ||Buchanan ||Lighting ||$175,131 ||$23,325 |
|New Bloomfield R-III School District ||Callaway ||Lighting ||$132,360 ||$25,482 |
|New Haven School District #138 ||Franklin ||Lighting, HVAC, windows, insulation ||$49,260 ||$5,641 |
|Prairie Home R-V School District ||Cooper ||HVAC upgrades ||$35,800 ||$4,098 |
|South Harrison R-II School District ||Harrison ||Lighting, HVAC ||$51,390 ||$5,883 |
|St. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital ||St. Genevieve ||Outside Air Reduction and HVAC upgrades ||$351,800 ||$40,273 |
|Troy R-III (Lincoln Co. R-III School District) ||Lincoln ||Lighting ||$159,175 ||$27,443 |
Division of Energy: Energy Loan Program
Fiscal Years 2013, 2012, and 2011
Download printable version of low-interest loan map with a list of recipients.
For more information regarding the Energy Loan Program contact the Division of Energy:
- Energy Loan Manager at 1-855-522-2796
Missouri Department of Economic Development
Division of Energy
Attn: Energy Loan Program Clerk
P.O. Box 1766
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176