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Title: Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority Board Meeting


1
Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority Board
Meeting
  • Monday, May 18, 2014

2
  • Approval of October 2014 Meeting Minutes
  • Election of Officers
  • Status of 2014 Awards and Grant Agreements
  • PEDA Financial Report
  • Grantee Project Presentations
  • Future Funding Opportunities
  • Other Business/Public Comment
  • Adjournment
  •  

3
  • Review October 22nd Meeting Minutes
  • Questions/Discussion
  • Edits
  • Approve

4
  • Chairperson Appointed by the Governor
  • Secretary - Has charge of the records of the
    Authority
  • Elected by members of the PEDA Board once per
    year
  • Treasurer Custodian of all funds and monies of
    the Authority
  • Elected by members of the PEDA Board annually

5
  • October 2014, awarded 12.4 million in grants
  • 28 awards to local governments, schools and
    businesses (Includes Northumberland County CEI
    project)
  • Funded by Energy Development Fund, Growing
    Greener, Duquesne Light
  • Alternative Energy and Clean Energy projects
  • Solar Energy, Hydropower, Biomass, Combined Heat
    and Power, Energy Storage, Energy Efficiency, etc.

6
  • 19 Projects in Advanced Energy 9,680,340.80
  • 6 Solar Projects - 3,135,559
  • 5 Energy Efficiency Projects 2,045,868.80
  • 3 Energy Efficiency/CHP Projects 2,000,000
  • 5 Other - 2,499,913
  • Biomass, Biogas, Battery Storage, Hydropower,
    Combined Solar Thermal/EE

7
  • 5 Clean Alternative Energy Projects 2,427,366
  • 1 Research - 500,000 - Battery systems
  • 4 Manufacturing - 1,927,366- Windows, Fuel
    Cells, Solar/Battery Storage, Solar Racking
  • 3 Advanced Energy, Duquesne Light 259,694.91
  • 1 Solar Project 28,800
  • 1 Energy Efficiency Project 174,665
  • 1 Solar/Wind 75,000
  • Total Award 278,465

8
  • 18 projects have fully negotiated grant
    agreements and have begun work
  • 1 (of the 18)projects has been completed Dairy
    Farmers of America
  • 8 projects are in final agreement phase and
    permit acquisition prior to a grant agreement
    being executed. Examples
  • Shamokin Area School District
  • Juniata Solar Partners
  • Hydro Green Energy LLC
  • Alcoa Inc.

9
  • Two projects have returned a total of 1M in
    awards
  • Advanced Technologies and Land Services
  • Advanced Energy Solar Deployment
  • Title Solar Power on a Sustainable Tree Farm
  • Location Armstrong County, Plumcreek Twp.
  • Grant 500,000
  • Solar Secured Solutions, LLC
  • Clean Alternative Energy Manufacturing
  • Title Solar-diesel Hybrid Light Tower
  • Location York County, York Twp.
  • Grant 500,000


10
  • Growing Greener
  • All funds to be committed and utilized
  • Duquesne Light Settlement Funds
  • All Funds to be committed and utilized
  • Energy Development Funds (PEDA)
  • Loan Repayment Revenue until 2-1-2016
  • Uncommitted funds to be accrued in this account.


11
  • Summit Steel Manufacturing Inc.
  • Advanced Solar PV Panel Mounting Systems
  • 500,000 grant
  • Lyle Rawlings, President CEO Advanced Solar
    Products Inc.
  • Andres Reneiro, Director of Operations, Solstice
    Manufacturing Co., Inc.
  • Brian Reed, Vice President, Summit Steel
    Manufacturing Company, Inc.

12
  • Dairy Farmers of America
  • New Burner and Economizer for Johnston Boiler
  • 75,976 grant
  • Michelle Ferguson, Project Advisor, DEP

13
  • State Budget
  • Energy Development Fund
  • Financing Opportunities
  • Partnership Opportunities
  • Other Ideas

14
  • Updating Contact Information
  • Identifying Alternates
  • Addressing Term Expirations
  • Financial Disclosure Forms
  • Planning for next meeting
  • Other New Business

15
David A. Althoff Jr.  Office of Pollution
Prevention and Energy Assistance Rachel Carson
State Office Building 400 Market Street
 Harrisburg, PA 17101 Phone 717-783-0542 Fax
717-783-2703
Hayley L. Book PEDA Executive Director Rachel
Carson State Office Building 400 Market Street
 Harrisburg, PA 17101 Phone 717-772-3612 Fax
717-705-4980
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