The Augusta Chronicle: Audits Help Churches Cut Energy Costs

Jan 24, 2011 | In the News, State Press Clips

This article highlights the energy audit work being done by Georgia Interfaith Power & Light to assist regional congregations in saving energy and reducing utility costs. Georgia Interfaith Power & Light  (GIPL) hosts meetings and luncheons at which leaders explain how an energy audit works, what it does, and how supplementary funding for the audit itself can be acquired.

Twice a year, GIPL offers grants of up to $25,000 to implement the audit’s power- and money-saving recommendations. The grants are made possible by $400,000 in federal stimulus money plus $200,000 from a private foundation in Decatur.

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The Augusta Chronicle January 14, 2011
By Kelly Jasper, Staff Writer

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