Green Revolving Fund
The mission of the University of Arkansas Green Revolving Fund (GRF) is to facilitate campus-wide engagement, inter-disciplinary collaboration and student-led initiatives that demonstrate economic benefit through environmental leadership. The GRF provides financing for implementing energy efficiency, sustainability, and other cost-savings projects. These savings are tracked and used to replenish the fund and help finance additional projects.
- Identify inefficiencies on campus
- Finance efficiency project with GRF
- Repay loan from energy savings, reinvest new monetary savings
The GRF's primary goal is to engage students, faculty, staff and donors toward the University's vision of becoming a global leader in sustainability education, research, innovation, and campus facilities.
Eligible projects are ones that:
- Eligible projects must have a projected payback of ten years or less. All else being equal, projects with a shorter payback period will be given priority.
- Projects must reduce environmental impact (greenhouse gas reduction, resource reduction/conservation, or waste reduction). These benefits must have a cost-associated metric, such as reduction in metric tons carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCDE) per dollar
- Projects must be sponsored by a University of Arkansas Faculty member.
How to Apply
Proposals for $50,000 and less are currently being accepted. Please complete the form
below to initiate the process. Office for Sustainability staff will assist in calculating
the cost savings associated with your proposal. To view an example of a proposal,
If you have any questions, please contact the Office for Sustainability at firstname.lastname@example.org.