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(This is page 129 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Eligible projects http://www.dem.ri.gov/ feasibility study of shovel ready Competitive Link to model include: programs/benviron/water/ BMPs projects due bidding required grant proposal finance/non/pdfs/fy0910pr.pdf DBE goals at first listed Implementation of 15% for final BMP April 30--All URL BMPs, including Betsy Dake: (401) 222-4700 management and other proposals Competitive construction Ext. 7230; construction due procurement for Local match Betsy.Dake@dem.ri.gov o engineering and reduced for Feasibility studies 30% for other April--Shovel consulting most recent Ernie Panciera: (401) 222- projects ready projects services round of Erosion and 4700, Ext. 7603; award sedimentation grants. Ernie.Panciera@dem.ri.gov announcement Projects should Standard local controls lead to measurable August-- match is 40% Aquatic habitat reduction in Announcement pollutants restoration of awards for Eligible applicants-- other projects Fiscal systems Municipal, state and compliant with Hard copy OMB Circular A- regional governments applications and quasi-state 87 and A-133 agencies required Rhode Island Economic Brown- Projects for cleanup http://www.dem.ri.gov/ Low interest loans Continuous Maximum five- First listed Development fields and return to brownfields/financial/index. and grants application year term for URL is Corporation economically htm#targetted process loans. summary of Brownfields Hazardous productive use of Minimum loan-- brownfield Revolving waste brownfield sites http://www.dem.ri.gov/brown $50,000 Two step Monthly principal funding Loan Fund fields/financial/rlfoverview. process and interest programs. Grants available for htm Maximum loan-- payments $500,000 Step 1-- Remaining public entities and URLs provide nonprofits http://www.dem.ri.gov/brown preliminary Applicants must fields/financial/rlfeligibility. Maximum grant-- interest form, be exempt from detailed Eligible applicants-- htm $200,000 submitted by CERCLA liability information on Public or private e-mail Revolving entities with control http://www.dem.ri.gov/brown $100 application Loan Fund. over access to the sites fields/financial/rlfprocess.htm Step 2--loan fee application Fifth listed http://www.dem.ri.gov/brown form, submitted Closing costs of URL provides fields/financial/rlfdocuments. 1.5% of loan links to by e-mail htm amount application William J. Parsons: (401) 278- documents 9100 Ext. 130; wparsons@riedc.com South Aeronautics Airport Funds for airport http://www.scaeronautics.com Grants First listed Carolina Commission planning development /publications/PROJECT_ URL is a link and APPLICATION.pdf to a grant develop- application. 159 ment http://www.scaeronautics. No further com/ information is

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(This is page 130 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative 160 Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes John Floyd: (803) 896-6272 currently available on website South Energy Emissions, Renewable energy and http://www.energy.sc.gov/ Grants Grants awarded Limited Carolina Office, energy advanced vehicle index.aspx?m=6&t=134 in spring information on Renewable technology projects website Energy and Erika Myers: (803) 737-7951; Advanced Eligible applicants-- emyers@energy.sc.gov Technology Non-profits and Vehicle Grant government agencies Program South Energy Office Energy, Energy conservation Title V, Subtitle E of the Grants Applications Energy measures Program Carolina Energy emissions and efficiency projects Energy Independence and submitted must reduce funded Efficiency Security Act (EISA) of 2007 Local match--not through local energy through and Eligible applicants-- required, but Councils of consumption, ARRA. Conservation Towns, cities, and http://energy.sc.gov/index. encouraged to Governments peak demand, Continuation Block Grant counties, except the 10 aspx?m=39&t=119 maximize leverage (COGs) and/or utility is uncertain Program largest (that receive costs; or use direct formula funding) http://www.energy.sc.gov/ June 5-- ?m=39&t=119&h=786 renewable energy Announcement sources in place of of grant fossil fuel opportunities and earliest date Energy measures to apply must utilize proven, reliable, September 15-- commercially COG available recommenda- technologies tions due to state ARRA requirements, including Davis Bacon wage rates, Buy America, reporting and record-keeping South Energy Office Energy, Energy efficiency http://www.energy.sc.gov/ Low interest loans, Continuous 10-year maximum Link to Carolina ConserFund emissions improvements in index.aspx?m=29&t=88 rate adjusted loan term application public buildings annually form at first http://www.energy.sc.gov/ listed URL Eligible applicants-- index.aspx?m=29&t=88&h= Interest rate--2% State agencies, local 795 governments, and Loans available for nonprofits http://www.energy.sc.gov/ 100% of project publications/Conserfundfinal. cost pdf (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 131 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Rich Horton: (803) 737-0074 Minimum loan-- $25,000 Maximum loan-- $500,000 Loan payments intended to be financed by energy savings South Department Water Projects to reduce or http://www.scdhec.gov/ Grants December-- Payments on Priority for Carolina of Health and quality prevent nonpoint environment/water/grants.htm RFP issued reimbursement projects in 7 Environmen- source pollution Local match--40% basis designated tal Control Http://www.scdhec.gov/ March 1-- priority (DHEC) Eligible applicants-- environment/water/docs/319 Proposals due Final work plan watersheds Section 319 State and local grantguide.pdf required after Grants government entities selection of Evaluation Meredith Murphy (803) 898- project criteria 4222; included in murphymb@dhec.sc.gov Final reports and grant guide documentation available at due 45 days after second listed project closeout URL Quarterly progress reports Support MBEs/WBEs South DHEC State Air quality, Diesel emission http://www.scdhec.gov/ Grants Limited Carolina Clean Diesel emissions reduction initiatives environment/baq/DERA/ information Program index.asp available on Eligible projects website include: http://www.epa.gov/otaq/ diesel/prgstate.htm Diesel reduction technologies Adam Page: (803) 898-1423; pageac@dhec.sc.gov Idle reduction technologies Brian Barnes: (803) 898-7099; barnesbk@dhec.sc.gov EPA designated emerging technologies Eligible applicants-- City, county, and state 161 agencies (Table 2 continued on the next page)