More than a dozen Maine farms and business will share in $108,001 in U.S. Department of Agriculture grants to help lower energy costs and increase the use of renewable energy systems.

Most of the grants, which were announced Tuesday, will be used to pay for solar energy systems, but some will be used to increase the use of energy-saving devices.

The grants for solar arrays were $14,837 to Hanson Farms, which operates McDougal Orchards in Springvale; $7,624 to Richard Jones, in Poland; $3,379 to Smith Farms in Lisbon Falls; $18,750 to Brick Haven Campground, Fort Kent; $15,159 to Fat & Happy in North Berwick; $6,895 to Christopher Hahn in South China; $6,224 to Rollins & Sons Auto Body in West Rockport; $4,043 to Harvest Gold Jewelry in Lovell; $4,572 to Waugh’s Mountain View Electric in Rumford; and $15,856 to Little River Veterinary Hospital in Northport.

Grants for energy-saving projects went to $2,939 to Goranson Farm in Dresden for a reverse osmosis system; $3,966 to Moir Farms in Woodland for variable speed drives on fans and LED lighting at a potato storage facility; and $3,757 to Frederick S. Whited in Bridgewater for variable speed drives on fans at a potato storage facility.