Funds by Fund Number with Statutory Language
(a) For the year beginning January 1, 1998, and thereafter as provided in this Section, each electric utility as defined in
Section 3‑105 of the Public Utilities Act and each alternative retail electric supplier as defined in Section 16‑102 of the
Public Utilities Act supplying electric power and energy to retail customers located in the State of Illinois shall contribute
annually a pro rata share of a total amount of $3,000,000 based upon the number of kilowatt‑hours sold by each such entity
in the 12 months preceding the year of contribution. On or before May 1 of each year, the Illinois Commerce Commission
shall determine and notify the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity of the pro rata share owed by each
electric utility and each alternative retail electric supplier based upon information supplied annually to the Illinois Commerce
Commission. On or before June 1 of each year, the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity shall send written
notification to each electric utility and each alternative retail electric supplier of the amount of pro rata share they owe. These
contributions shall be remitted to the Department of Revenue on or before June 30 of each year the contribution is due on a
return prescribed and furnished by the Department of Revenue showing such information as the Department of Revenue may
reasonably require. The funds received pursuant to this Section shall be subject to the appropriation of funds by the General
Assembly. The Department of Revenue shall place the funds remitted under this Section in a trust fund, that is hereby created
in the State Treasury, called the Energy Efficiency Trust Fund. If an electric utility or alternative retail electric supplier does
not remit its pro rata share to the Department of Revenue, the Department of Revenue must inform the Illinois Commerce
Commission of such failure. The Illinois Commerce Commission may then revoke the certification of that electric utility or
alternative retail electric supplier. The Illinois Commerce Commission may not renew the certification of any electric utility
or alternative retail electric supplier that is delinquent in paying its pro rata share.
(Section scheduled to be repealed on December 16, 2007)
appropriation, by the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purpose of funding
projects that promote energy efficiency in Illinois.
Fund Number 0572 Fire Truck Revolving Loan Fund
Chapter 0020 Act 3501 Section 825-80
Fund Group: Special State Fund Total Revenue FY05: $6,231,975
Total Revenue FY06: $4,462,148
Fund Type: Appropriated
Administering Agency: Illinois Finance Authority
(a) This Section is a continuation and re‑enactment of the fire truck revolving loan program enacted as Section 3‑27 of the
Rural Bond Bank Act by Public Act 93‑35, effective June 24, 2003, and repealed by Public Act 93‑205, effective January 1,
2004. Under the Rural Bond Bank Act, the program was administered by the Rural Bond Bank and the State Fire Marshal.
(b) The Authority and the State Fire Marshal shall jointly administer a fire truck revolving loan program. The program shall
provide zero‑interest loans for the purchase of fire trucks by a fire department, a fire protection district, or a township fire
department. The Authority shall make loans based on need, as determined by the State Fire Marshal.
(c) The loan funds, subject to appropriation, shall be paid out of the Fire Truck Revolving Loan Fund, a special fund in the
State Treasury. The Fund shall consist of any moneys transferred or appropriated into the Fund, as well as all repayments of
loans made under the program and any balance existing in the Fund on the effective date of this Section. The Fund shall be
used for loans to fire departments and fire protection districts to purchase fire trucks and for no other purpose. All interest
earned on moneys in the Fund shall be deposited into the Fund.
(d) A loan for the purchase of fire trucks may not exceed $250,000 to any fire department or fire protection district. The
repayment period for the loan may not exceed 20 years. The fire department or fire protection district shall repay each year at
Fund Purpose: The purpose of this fund is to collect any moneys transferred into or appropriated as well as all
repayments of loans made under the Fire Truck Revolving Loan Program. The program shall provide
zero interest loans for the purchase of fire trucks by a fire department or a fire protection district
or a township fire department.
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