Federal Dollars Flow to Alabama

Grans are designed to improve energy efficiency

The state is distributing Almost $249,000 from the U.S. Department to Energy to a variety of institutions and municipalities statewide, including a $15,000 grant for the main Montgomery City/County Library branch, and  the Coliseum Blvd. branch..

They are:

  •  Circle of Care Center for Families (Chambers County)$15,000 to implement energy-efficient LED lighting and HVAC upgrades at the organization’s operations facility.
  • Christ United Methodist Church (Mobile County)—$15,000 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at the church’s gymnasium.
  • Town of New Site (Tallapoosa County)—$5,812 to install an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system at Lance Elementary School.
  • City of Montgomery (Montgomery County)$15,000 to upgrade the lighting system to energy-efficient LED lighting at Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library and Coliseum Boulevard Branch Library.
  • City of Millbrook (Elmore County)—$9,750 to install energy-efficient lighting at the Economic Development Center.
  • Lakeshore Foundation (Jefferson County)—$15,000 to upgrade the lighting system at the Lakeshore Foundation’s main facility to energy-efficient LED lighting.
  • Marengo County Commission (Marengo County)—$15,000 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at the Marengo County Courthouse.
  • Lawrence County Commission (Lawrence County)—$12,258 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at the Sheriff’s Department, Work Release and County Commission buildings.
  • City of Gardendale (Jefferson County)—$10,908 to implement energy-efficient lighting upgrades at the Gardendale Civic Center.
  • Town of Courtland (Lawrence County)—$6,943 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at the Police/Fire Department, Town Hall and Heritage Museum.
  • Lawrence County Board of Education (Lawrence County)—$15,000 to install energy-efficient HVAC upgrades at Hatton High School.
  • Lanett City Schools (Chambers County)—$15,000 to install energy-efficient HVAC upgrades at W.O. Lance Elementary School.
  • Mobile Arc (Mobile County)—$10,688 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at the organization’s Central Division facility.
  • Space One Eleven (Jefferson County)—$13,612 to install energy-efficient LED lighting and HVAC upgrades at the Space One Eleven building.
  • Cherokee County Board of Education (Cherokee County)—$11,220 to install energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades at gymnasiums at Sand Rock School and at the Cherokee County Career and Technology Center’s Building Construction Workshop.
  • United Way of Morgan County (Morgan County)—$7,800 to install energy-efficient HVAC upgrades at the United Way building.
  • The Water Works and Sewer Board of the City of Prichard (Mobile County)—$20,000 to install a supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA) at the Morris Wastewater Treatment Plant.
  • Winston County Board of Education (Winston County)—$15,000 to install energy-efficient HVAC upgrades at Addison High School, Addison Elementary School, Winston County High School, Winston Career Academy and Lynn High School.
  • City of Tuscaloosa (Tuscaloosa County)— $20,000 to install new pump equipment at the Hilliard  Fletcher Wastewater Treatment Plant.
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