State Energy Data Map

  • State Energy Plans
  • State Energy Financing Programs
  • State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
  • State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

Program Category Description

Click on any of the states to learn more about their energy programs and energy plan activities including:

Alaska Energy Pathway
Alaska
State Energy Plan Alaska Energy Pathway
Date of Current Plan 2010
Authoring Agency Alaska Energy Authority
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with additional planning through the Alaska Energy Authority.  The overall objective of this plan is to provide Alaskans with affordable power.  In addition to this goal, it aims to achieve 20% energy efficiency and conservation improvements by 2020 and generate 50% of its electric needs from renewable and alternative energy sources by the year 2025.

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for Alaska.

State Energy Plan
emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy Assessment and Pathways
Arizona
State Energy Plan emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy Assessment and Pathways
Date of Current Plan 2013
Authoring Agency Governor’s Office of Energy Policy, Arizona Commerce Authority , Arizona Legislature, Arizona Corporation Commission and leading industry partners
Status/Summary

The Governor of Arizona, through the Governor's Office of Energy Policy, issued an Executive Order in February of 2013 establishing Arizona’s Master Energy Plan (MEP) Task Force to help draft a new Arizona Master Energy Plan by December 31, 2013.

The 40-member Task Force was divided into four work groups based on topics for discussion: Transportation, Fuels and Infrastructure Planning; Business, Regulation and Workforce; Environment, Natural Resources and Land Use; and Technology Development. The work groups were led by entities that play a role in energy policy in Arizona. The Legislature led the Transportation, Fuels and Infrastructure Planning group. The Arizona Corporation Commission led the Business, Regulation and Workforce group. The Arizona Commerce Authority led the Technology Development group. The Governor’s Office of Energy Policy led the Environment, Natural Resources and Land Use group. A series of 16 meetings were held from April to July.

Stakeholder Meetings will be conducted statewide in late November/early December to present an overview of the drafting process and discuss topics to be included in the plan (to be released in 2014) followed by a question/answer session and public comment period.

The draft master energy plan was submitted to Governor Brewer by December 31, 2013.  On February 18, 2014, the Governor approved and accepted a Master Energy Plan to help lead Arizona into prosperous and reliable energy future.

Created by Mandate

Executive Order 2014 - 04

State Energy Plan
APSC Sustainable Energy Resources (SER) Action Guide
Arkansas
State Energy Plan APSC Sustainable Energy Resources (SER) Action Guide
Date of Current Plan 2010
Authoring Agency Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC)
Status/Summary

This plan was created due to an aging energy infrastructure, increasing US energy demands, economic development opportunities, national security and environmental concerns, emerging technologies, and an increasing global competition for natural resources.  The PSC also notes that "EE is almost invariably the most cost effective means of meeting energy and capacity requirements."

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for Arkansas.

State Energy Plan
2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR)
California
State Energy Plan 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR)
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency California Energy Commission
Status/Summary

The 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report provides the results of the California Energy Commission’s assessments of a variety of energy issues facing California. Many of these issues will require action if the state is to meet its climate, energy, air quality, and other environmental goals while maintaining reliability and controlling costs. The 2015 Integrated Energy Policy Report covers a broad range of topics, including energy efficiency, benchmarking under the Assembly Bill 758 Action Plan, strategies related to data for improved decisions in the Existing Buildings Energy Efficiency Action Plan, building energy efficiency standards, the impact of drought on California’s energy system, achieving 50 percent renewables by 2030, Renewable Action Plan status, the California Energy Demand Forecast, the Natural Gas Outlook, the Assembly Bill 1257 Report, methane emissions, the Transportation Energy Demand Forecast, Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program benefits updates, landscape-scale planning efforts, transmission projects, the California Independent System Operator energy imbalance market, the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, climate change vulnerability and adaptation options, update on electricity infrastructure in Southern California, an update on trends in California’s sources of crude oil, and an update on California’s nuclear plants.

Created by Mandate

Warren-Alquist Act (Division 15 of the Public Resources Code)

SB 1389, Bowen and Sher, Chapter 568, Statutes of 2002

State Energy Plan
Colorado State Energy Report 2014
Colorado
State Energy Plan Colorado State Energy Report 2014
Date of Current Plan 2014
Authoring Agency The Colorado Energy Office, the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, and the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
Status/Summary

The Colorado State Energy Report was released in August 2014 and summarizes the values that drive the administration’s efforts in the energy sector, the goals the administration has set, what has been accomplished to date and what’s on the horizon yet to be accomplished.  As described in the report, the values that drive Colorado’s energy goals include: growing jobs and spurring innovation, protection Colorado’s world-class environment, streamlining government, and encouraging collaboration.  This document was created in response to input received from energy industry leaders and was a joint effort between the Colorado Energy Office, the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, and the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.

State Energy Plan
2013 Comprehensive Energy Stratergy for Connecticut
Connecticut
State Energy Plan 2013 Comprehensive Energy Stratergy for Connecticut
Date of Current Plan 2013
Authoring Agency The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)
Status/Summary

Connecticut‘s Comprehensive Energy Strategy gives the state a more systematic basis for addressing energy opportunities and challenges. It provides a foundation for better informed policy, regulatory, and legislative decisions – as well as better energy choices at the household and business level. This Strategy covers all fuels in all sectors with a planning horizon out to 2050. It offers analysis of the state‘s current energy circumstances and a set of recommendations designed to advance the Governor‘s agenda of moving Connecticut toward a cheaper, cleaner, and more reliable energy future.

Created by Mandate

Public Act 03-140

Public Act 11-80

State Energy Plan
Delaware Energy Plan 2009-2014
Delaware
State Energy Plan Delaware Energy Plan 2009-2014
Date of Current Plan 2009
Authoring Agency Governor's Energy Advisory Council
Status/Summary

This is an operational plan with on-going planning through the Governor's Energy Advisory Council's working groups.  Recommendations are prioritized based on timing, importance, and anticipated financial impacts of the recommendations. These recommendations were ranked as high priority if they should be implemented in the very short term, based on importance, anticipated high benefit-cost ratios, or no-cost for the state to implement.  Following this, second tier recommendations should be accomplished in the mid-term, years 2 to 3, or as funding becomes available. Lastly, the third tier recommendations should be accomplished if and when funding opportunities arose.

Created by Mandate

Del. Code Ann. Tit. 29 §8053(c)(7)

New Plan
(or under development)

In progress.

State Energy Plan
EnergySmart DC
District of Columbia
State Energy Plan EnergySmart DC
Date of Current Plan -
Authoring Agency District Department of Energy and Environment
Created by Mandate

Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 (CAEA)

New Plan
(or under development)

DOEE issued a request for applications in May 2015 to develop an energy plan.  The draft plan is in progress.

 

State Energy Plan
Florida Energy and Climate Change Action Plan
Florida
State Energy Plan Florida Energy and Climate Change Action Plan
Date of Current Plan 2008
Authoring Agency Department of Environmental Protection
Status/Summary

As of December 2013, planning efforts are underway for a new state energy plan. 

Created by Mandate

Executive Order 07-126 (2008 plan)
Executive Order 07-127 (2008 plan)
Executive Order 07-128 (2008 plan)

State Energy Plan
2014 Georgia Energy Report
Georgia
State Energy Plan 2014 Georgia Energy Report
Date of Current Plan 2014
Authoring Agency Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA)
Status/Summary

Since the last Georgia energy report was released in 2012, there have been significant changes within Georgia’s energy sector, and progress has been made on many of the state’s energy programs and goals.  In 2013, the state executed its first guaranteed energy savings performance contract (GESPC) at Phillips State Prison in Buford, Ga. The State Energy Program (SEP) completed projects that will save the state an estimated 250 million kWh per year, enough energy to power more than 16,000 homes for a year. In 2013, the Weatherization Assistance Program weatherized 3,814 homes.

These are just a few of the accomplishments that the Georgia environmental Finance authority (GEFA) has led over the past two years.  In addition to projects led by GEFA, many other organizations and institutions within Georgia, including private sector companies, regulatory bodies, and nonprofit organizations, have led positive improvements in the energy sector.  Outside the state’s borders, developments such as dramatic increases in natural gas and renewable technologies are changing how Georgia produces and uses energy.  GEFA continues to take a leadership role in energy conservation and management in the state by implementing and managing innovative and productive energy programs that span a wide range of sectors and communities. These initiatives, as well as important energy trends, will be highlighted in the 2014 Georgia energy report

 

State Energy Plan
Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (HCEI) Road Map 2011 Edition
Hawaii
State Energy Plan Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (HCEI) Road Map 2011 Edition
Date of Current Plan 2011
Authoring Agency Based on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)?between the State of Hawaii and the U.S. Department of Energy
Status/Summary

Operational with additional planning and implementation through the State of Hawaii, HCEI and its working groups.

Created by Mandate

Hawaii Energy Strategy
Section 226-18, Hawaii Revised Statutes

 

State Energy Plan
Idaho Energy Plan
Idaho
State Energy Plan Idaho Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2012
Authoring Agency Idaho Legislative Council Interim Committee on Energy, Environment and Technology
Status/Summary

This plan is operational, approved by the Energy, Environment and Technology Interim Committee on January 10, 2012 and formally adopted by the Idaho Legislature on March 6, 2012.  The Idaho Strategic Energy Alliance, headed by the Idaho Governor's Energy Office (the state energy office), assisted with its development.   It is an update of the 2007 Idaho Energy Strategy.  The plan is based upon the following objectives: ensure a secure, reliable and stable energy system for the citizens and businesses of Idaho; maintain Idaho’s low-cost energy supply and ensure access to affordable energy for all Idahoans; protect Idaho’s public health, safety and natural environment and conserve Idaho’s natural resources; promote sustainable economic growth, job creation, and rural economic development; and provide the means for Idaho’s energy Policies and Actions to adapt to changing circumstances.with additional planning efforts through the Idaho Strategic Energy Alliance (SEA) and the Idaho Office of Energy Resources.  The recommended policies and actions are organized by the following categories: electricity, natural gas, petroleum and transportation fuels, conservation and energy efficiency, energy facility siting, economic development, and energy outreach and education. 

Created by Mandate

HCR 062 (2006 session) and HCR 013 (2007 session)

State Energy Plan
Indiana's Strategic Energy Plan
Indiana
State Energy Plan Indiana's Strategic Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2006
Authoring Agency Indiana Office of Energy Development
Status/Summary

As of December 2013, this plan is operational with implementation efforts underway through the Indiana Office of Energy Development.  As an Indiana economic comeback depends heavily on the successful development of its energy potential, increasing job growth and incomes is a main objective of this plan.  It aims produce more of the energy needed from its own natural resources while simultaneously encouraging conservation and energy efficiency.

New Plan
(or under development)

Planning efforts are currently underway for the release of a new comprehensive state energy plan in spring/summer of 2014.

State Energy Plan
Iowa Energy Plan
Iowa
State Energy Plan Iowa Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan December, 2016
Authoring Agency Iowa Economic Development Authority (houses Iowa Energy Office) and Iowa Department of Transportation
Status/Summary

“Collaborate locally. Grow sustainably. Lead nationally.” Iowa is a leader in biofuels and renewable energy. That leadership was achieved because of thoughtful planning. Creating a statewide energy plan will keep Iowa at the forefront of energy policy and allow our state to develop a path toward the future.

The Iowa Energy Plan’s vision statement represents the collective understanding of Iowa’s ideal future in terms of its energy use and resources. The vision considers a planning horizon of 10 years, with 15 objectives and 45 strategies outlined in the 100+ page report. During the planning process, the following themes were identified as key areas that could positively impact Iowa’s energy economy:

  • Energy Workforce Development
  • Technology-based Research and Development
  • Supporting Rural and Underserved Areas and Populations
  • Natural Gas Expansion
  • Iowa’s Biomass Potential
  • Alternative Fuel Vehicles
  • Electric Grid Modernization

The comprehensive plan, executive summary and additional resources can be found at www.iowaenergyplan.org.

Other Planning Efforts Iowa Office of Energy Independence
Additional Resources Energy Independence and Job Creation in Iowa (video)
Energy Information Report 2011
OEI 2010 Annual Report
State Energy Plan
Intelligent Energy Choices for Kentucky's Future (Governor Steve Beshear's Energy Plan)
Kentucky
State Energy Plan Intelligent Energy Choices for Kentucky's Future (Governor Steve Beshear's Energy Plan)
Date of Current Plan 2008
Authoring Agency Governor's Office, advisory board (with SEO involvement)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and on-going planning through the Department for Energy Development and Independence.  Since it is a challenge for the 21st century to pragmatically adopt inherently cleaner, newer energy sources, as well as innovative uses of traditional energy sources, this plan is designed to be a ‘living’ document that serves as a means for the state including the general public, public officials, educators, businesses and industries at all levels.  In addition, it is an evolutionary plan that is not intended to be exhaustive at the outset.  Further, the plan includes a Renewable and Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) whereby 25% of Kentucky’s energy needs are met by 2025.  It also displaces 60% of its reliance on foreign petroleum by utilizing fuels such as those derived from biomass and coal, plug-in hybrid vehicles, and compressed natural gas (CNG).  Lastly, by 2025, it aims to have 50% of coal-based energy facilities equipped with carbon management technologies.

State Energy Plan
Maine Comprehensive Energy Plan Update
Maine
State Energy Plan Maine Comprehensive Energy Plan Update
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Governor's Office of Energy
Status/Summary

As of December 2013, this plan is operational with implementation and on-going planning efforts through the Governor's Energy Office, as well as the Maine Legislative Joint Standing Committee on Energy and Utilities.  It is designed to help guide Maine towards an energy future with affordable, reliable and clean energy supplies that are environmentally responsible and economically beneficial to Maine energy consumers and utility rate payers.  Some of the main contributing factors of this plan include dependence on unreliable, insecure and expensive foreign oil and natural gas and a rapid rise in energy prices to historic levels in 2008.  Its goals include achieving economic prosperity, environmental integrity and energy security with clean, reliable, affordable, sustainable, and indigenous renewable resources.  In addition, it plans to weatherize 100% of all Maine residences and 50% of all Maine businesses in the next twenty years.

During the 2013 session, the legislature amended specific energy plan language to be included in the early 2015 update of the state energy plan. 

 

Created by Mandate

Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 2 §9

State Energy Plan
EmPOWERing Maryland
Maryland
State Energy Plan EmPOWERing Maryland
Date of Current Plan 2011
Authoring Agency Maryland Energy Administration (MEA)
Status/Summary

This operational plan promotes affordable, reliable and clean energy, by also helping to reduce household bills, create new green collar jobs, address global climate change, and promote energy independence.  The plan lists anticipated benefits to Marylanders for FY’12 which include, but are not limited to energy cost savings over life of investments of $122 million; green collar jobs created and/or retained of approximately 321; CO2 emissions reduced by 37,616 tons; renewable energy systems installed on homes of over 2,900 systems; annual energy saved of 58,296 MWh; and annual renewable energy produced of 23,320 MWh.

State Energy Plan
Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Plan for 2020
Massachusetts
State Energy Plan Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Plan for 2020
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Climate Protection and Green Economy Advisory Committee
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with on-going planning efforts through the Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs.  The plan contains the measures necessary to meet the 25% limit, as well as GHG emissions 25% below 1990 levels by 2020.  In addition, it looks at energy independence; energy costs and volatility; economic opportunities; climate change; and local and regional air pollution.

Created by Mandate

Chapter 298 of The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for Massachusetts.

State Energy Plan
Michigan 21st Century Energy Plan
Michigan
State Energy Plan Michigan 21st Century Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2007
Authoring Agency Michigan State Energy Office
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with additional planning efforts through the PSC and proposes that the state establish a RPS of 10% by renewable energy by the end of 2015.  It also aims to transition Michigan’s economy into the digital age and provide a reliable, safe, clean, and affordable supply of energy.

Created by Mandate

Executive Directive No. 2006-02

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for Michigan.

State Energy Plan
Energy Policy and Conservation Quadrennial Report 2012
Minnesota
State Energy Plan Energy Policy and Conservation Quadrennial Report 2012
Date of Current Plan 2012
Authoring Agency Department of Commerce
Status/Summary

This plan is operational. 

Created by Mandate

Minnesota Statutes, section 216C.18 require the Minnesota Department of Commerce’s Office of Energy Security (OES) to issue the State Energy Policy and Conservation Report every four years.  This report - informally referred to as the Quadrennial Report or "Quad Report" - is designed to identify major emerging trends and issues in energy supply, consumption, conservation, and costs.

State Energy Plan
Energy Works: Mississippi's Energy Roadmap
Mississippi
State Energy Plan Energy Works: Mississippi's Energy Roadmap
Date of Current Plan 2012
Authoring Agency Mississippi Energy Policy Institute (MEPI)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and additional planning efforts through MEPI.  In mid-2009, Governor Haley Barbour announced the creation of the Mississippi Energy Policy Institute (MEPI), which was formed with the goal of producing and promoting a long-term coherent strategy for developing energy resources in the state of Mississippi and with promoting policies supporting long-term economic growth for the state through reliable and affordable energy.  Overall objective of the Mississippi Energy Policy Institute is to position the state as a global leader in environmentally responsible production and use of energy.   It includes objectives such as the development of policy recommendations that will enhance the energy infrastructure and industry; fostering innovation in energy production and use that will enhance economic vitality; supporting educational initiatives to meet the present and future workforce needs; and communicating Mississippi’s commitment to national leadership through responsible energy production and use.

State Energy Plan
Missouri Comprehensive State Energy Plan
Missouri
State Energy Plan Missouri Comprehensive State Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Missouri Department of Economic Development, Division of Energy
Status/Summary

In 2014, the governor signed an executive order to develop the state’s first statewide comprehensive energy plan. In public meetings across the state, the initiative will solicit input from stake holders including consumers, businesses, public utilities, renewable energy companies, academic researchers and environmental advocates.  Governor Nixon’s dedication to energy, with an eye toward efficiency, renewable resources and promoting economic development while protecting the environment, has been embraced by consumers, communities and businesses and is being showcased across Missouri.

In 2015, the final plan was released. 

 

 

Created by Mandate

Executive Order 14-06

State Energy Plan
Montana Energy Future
Montana
State Energy Plan Montana Energy Future
Date of Current Plan 2016
Authoring Agency Bullock Administration, advisory board (with SEO involvement)
Status/Summary

Governor Steve Bullock recently released his blueprint for Montana's energy future. Governor Bullock's energy plan stems from numerous meetings with Montanans to gather input and perspective from all sectors of the energy industry.

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Created by Mandate

Senate Bill 225, Laws of 1993 and Montana Annotated Code, 90-4-1001 (codified)

State Energy Plan
2011 Nebraska Energy Plan
Nebraska
State Energy Plan 2011 Nebraska Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2011
Authoring Agency Nebraska State Energy Office
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with additional planning through the energy office and was created due to rising energy costs and for economic and energy security purposes.  It also views an effective management of the costs within the State’s control as a key factor to maintaining a competitive advantage when it comes to regional energy prices.  Further, this plan sets forth to develop almost 1% of the state’s wind energy potential (7,880 MW) to support local and marketable jobs, economic activity, and support the goal of achieving more wind energy.

State Energy Plan
State of Nevada Status of Energy Report
Nevada
State Energy Plan State of Nevada Status of Energy Report
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Nevada State Energy Office
New Plan
(or under development)

Planning efforts underway through the Nevada State Office of Energy (NSOE). 

State Energy Plan
State Energy Strategy
New Hampshire
State Energy Plan State Energy Strategy
Date of Current Plan September 2014
Authoring Agency Office of Energy and Planning
Status/Summary

Senate Bill 191 (2013) directs of the Office of Energy and Planning, in coordination with the newly formed Energy Advisory Council, to develop an energy strategy for New Hampshire.  The process began in the fall of 2013 and concluded in September 2014.

State Energy Plan
2015 Energy Master Plan
New Jersey
State Energy Plan 2015 Energy Master Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Governor's Office, advisory board (with SEO involvement)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with additional planning through the Office of Clean Energy.  The 2015 Master Plan replaces the state’s 2011 Energy Master Plan.  It was created due to confronting dependence on oil, nuclear power and the mining of coal.  Also, global events that underscore technology choices presenting risks to society and the environment played a part in its development.  Through this plan, the administration will manage energy in a manner which saves money, stimulates the economy, creates jobs, protects the environment, mitigates long-term cumulative impacts, and is consistent with the goals of the State Strategic Plan.  It contains five overarching goals which include driving down the cost of energy for all consumers; promoting a diverse portfolio of new, clean, in-state generation; rewarding energy efficiency and energy conservation and reduce peak demand; capitalizing on emerging technologies for transportation and power production; and maintaining support for the renewable energy portfolio standard of 22.5% of energy from renewable sources by 2021.  In addition to this, the administration supports a goal of securing 70% of the state’s energy needs from "clean" energy sources by 2050.

Created by Mandate

Statute 52:27F-14

State Energy Plan
New Mexico Clean Energy Plan
New Mexico
State Energy Plan New Mexico Clean Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
Status/Summary

The New Mexico State Energy Plan provides broad recommendations, strategies and policies as an approach to energy development in New Mexico. The plan includes recommendations for traditional fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas and coal and renewables like wind and solar and energy storage technologies. Energy efficiency in public buildings is also included in the recommendations.

State Energy Plan
2015 New York State Energy Plan
New York
State Energy Plan 2015 New York State Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency New York Energy Planning Board
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and additional planning efforts through the Board member agencies and NYSERDA.  The Plan sets forth a vision for a robust and innovative clean energy economy that will stimulate investment, create jobs and meet the energy needs of residents and businesses over its 10-year planning horizon. The Plan’s strategies and recommendations have been designed to meet five policy objectives which include assuring that New York has reliable energy and transportation systems; supporting energy and transportation systems that enable the State to significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, both to do the state’s part in responding to the dangers posed by climate change and to position the state to compete in a national and global carbon constrained economy; addressing affordability concerns of residents and businesses caused by rising energy bills, and improve the state’s economic competitiveness; reducing health and environmental risks associated with the production and use of energy across all sectors; and improving the state’s energy independence and fuel diversity by developing in-state energy supply resources.  In addition, it aims to continue efficiency programs that meet the EEPS goal to reduce state's electricity use by 15% below forecasted 2015 levels.

Created by Mandate

Executive Order No. 2
Article 6 - Energy Planning (from this link, click on "ENG" for Article 6)

State Energy Plan
Energy Policy Council Report
North Carolina
State Energy Plan Energy Policy Council Report
Date of Current Plan 2016
Authoring Agency North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality
Status/Summary

North Carolina Governor McCrory reconstituted the Energy Policy Council in 2014 to support an all-of-the-above energy strategy that promotes clean, reliable, and affordable energy resources for North Carolina homes and businesses. The council advises the governor and General Assembly about legislation and rulemaking that protect the environment, advance domestic energy exploration, and encourage economic development. Its responsibilities include developing a comprehensive energy policy that addresses present and future needs while moving North Carolina and the country toward energy independence.  This report was issued in March 2016.

 

State Energy Plan
Empower North Dakota Comprehensive State Energy Policy 2008-2025
North Dakota
State Energy Plan Empower North Dakota Comprehensive State Energy Policy 2008-2025
Date of Current Plan 2008, updated in 2016 (see link below within Status/Summary)
Authoring Agency Department of Commerce and EmPower ND Commission (appointed by Governor Hoeven)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and on-going planning efforts through the Department of Commerce’s Office of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (OREE).  Its overall purpose is to position North Dakota as a model for America in the development of innovative, long-term energy resources and to capitalize on its diverse set of energy resources.  This plan also aims to double energy production from all sources by 2025; derive at least 25% of energy produced from RE by 2025; export capacity to 4,000 MW; produce 135 million gallons of biodiesel by 2015; increase natural gas processed in-state by 64% (75 billion cubic feet per year by 2012); and produce 175,000 barrels of oil a day.

An update to this plan was released in 2016: Empower North Dakota, 2016 Energy Policy Updates and Recommendations

Created by Mandate

2007 Session Laws Chapter 204 §6

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for North Dakota.

State Energy Plan
Ohio's 21st Century Energy Policy: Leading the Nation with a Comprehensive Energy Strategy
Ohio
State Energy Plan Ohio's 21st Century Energy Policy: Leading the Nation with a Comprehensive Energy Strategy
Date of Current Plan 2014
Authoring Agency Governor John Kasich
Status/Summary

Governor Kasich worked with his cabinet and staff to develop new strategies that improve the management of Ohio’s government agencies and health systems, improve Ohio’s education and workforce development efforts, and improve Ohioans’ access to low-cost, reliable energy. 

State Energy Plan
Oklahoma First Energy Plan
Oklahoma
State Energy Plan Oklahoma First Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2011
Authoring Agency Governor's Office
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with additional planning efforts through the state energy office. It was developed due to the continued rise in imports of foreign oil and plans to improve, rather than replace, traditional energy. It also positions the state as a model for pragmatic energy policy, by fostering economic development, transitioning transportation fuels, optimizing the existing energy system, and positioning Oklahoma for the future.

State Energy Plan
10-Year Energy Action Plan
Oregon
State Energy Plan 10-Year Energy Action Plan
Date of Current Plan 2011
Authoring Agency Oregon Department of Energy
Status/Summary

This plan is a central component of Oregon’s strategy to be more competitive in the global economy of the 21st century.  This plan provides strategies to meld workforce development initiatives, higher education opportunities, and local job creation with clean energy priorities; spur investment while developing home - grown renewable energy resources; and keep capital circulating in our region through local sourcing and supply chains while reducing our dependence on foreign oil.  Appendices to the plan include state and regional clean energy, economic, and climate plans and reports.  Specific to the State Energy Office is the 2015-2017 State of Oregon Biennial Energy Plan.  

Created by Mandate

Or. Rev. Stat. Section 469.060

State Energy Plan
Energy = Jobs 2014 Pennsylvania State Energy Plan
Pennsylvania
State Energy Plan Energy = Jobs 2014 Pennsylvania State Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2014
Authoring Agency Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, PEDA (with SEO involvement)
Status/Summary

This energy plan articulates Pennsylvania’s energy policy for 2014 and beyond.  The  policy ensures the framework is in place to continue to have an abundant, reliable supply of  energy through all types of resources for all  Pennsylvanians – both residents and businesses alike.  Safe and reliable energy, water, sewer and transportation infrastructure - combined with a superior workforce and many scenic and vibrant  communities - come  together to make Pennsylvania  an attractive  location  for business investment and  an unparalleled  place to  live.  The commitment  to  ensure  our  energy  infrastructure  is modernized and the  unprecedented opportunity  made  possible  by shale  gas  development - coupled with the increasing  volatility  associated  with  foreign  energy  markets - provide  a  newfound  driving force  to  craft  an energy  plan for  Pennsylvania. 

This plan meets the Commonwealth’s  overarching  goals of  fiscal responsibility, helping to provide jobs for every Pennsylvanian and continuing to develop the workforce to fill those jobs.       

 

Created by Mandate

This program is authorized by the Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority and Emergency Powers Act, Act of Dec. 14, 1982, P.L. 1213, No. 280, as amended, 71 P.S. § 720.1 et seq.; the Act of July 13, 2005, P.L. 213, No. 45, amending the Environmental Stewardship and Watershed Protection Act, 27 Pa. C.S. §§ 6101 et seq.; the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Pub.L. No. 11-5 (2009) and through the settlement, approved by Order of Dec. 1, 2007, in Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, et al. v. Duquesne Light Company (Docket Nos. R-00061346, R 00061346C0001, R-00061346C0002, R-00061346C0005 and R-00061346C0007).

State Energy Plan
Energy 2035: Rhode Island State Energy Plan
Rhode Island
State Energy Plan Energy 2035: Rhode Island State Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency State Planning Council (with SEO involvement) adopted the plan on August 8, 2002. The former Energy Coordinating Council (ECC) initiated this work in 1995.
Status/Summary

Energy 2035 updates the State Guide Plan Element 781 adopted in 2002. It is intended to guide the activities of the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources and the Division of Planning. The Plan describes the existing state of Rhode  Island’s energy system and sets goals and policies to improve energy security, cost-effectiveness, and sustainability in all sectors of energy production and consumption. It is intended to advance the effectiveness of public and private stewardship of the State’s use of energy resources and identifies activities needed to keep the energy systems on which the state depends functioning optimally. As an element of the State Guide Plan, this Plan sets forth goals and policies that must, under state law, be reflected in future updates of comprehensive community plans.

 

State Energy Plan
Energy in Action: South Carolina State Energy Plan
South Carolina
State Energy Plan Energy in Action: South Carolina State Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2016
Authoring Agency South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff: Energy Office
Status/Summary

The South Carolina State Energy Plan (State Energy Plan) is a comprehensive blueprint for a reliable, resilient, clean and affordable energy system for South Carolina residents and businesses. Specifically, the State Energy Plan is designed to maximize (to the extent practical) reliability, environmental quality, energy conservation, and energy efficiency while minimizing the cost of energy throughout the state.

South Carolina’s State Energy Plan provides baseline information on South Carolina’s current energy system, a set of five- and ten-year outlooks, and policy recommendations for actions to ensure a stable, equitable energy future. The plan represents work by more than 130 professionals representing over 60 organizations for close to two years, and offers a vision for South Carolina’s energy future. The State Energy Plan’s top tier policy recommendations pertain to:

  • Integrated resource planning process
  • Natural gas infrastructure
  • Building energy codes
  • Funding for needed energy upgrades
  • Act 236 progressions
  • Environmental justice assessment
  • Lead by example – state transportation
  • Facilitation of State Agency Efficiency

The comprehensive plan, executive summary, and additional resources can be found at: http://www.energy.sc.gov/energyplan.

State Energy Plan
State Energy Plan 2008
Texas
State Energy Plan State Energy Plan 2008
Date of Current Plan 2008
Authoring Agency Governor's Competitiveness Council (with SEO involvement)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational and was created due to a robust economic environment and population growth, which increased energy needs throughout the state.  This Energy Plan proposes a road map to guide Texas toward a future with a reliable energy supply that is balanced and competitively priced. In all, this plan provides 37 recommendations.

New Plan
(or under development)

There is no current state energy plan for Texas.

State Energy Plan
Governor's 10-Year Strategic Energy Plan
Utah
State Energy Plan Governor's 10-Year Strategic Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2011 (Updated Feb 2014)
Authoring Agency The energy plan was been developed by a Task Force, with Subcommittees, appointed by Governor Gary Herbert (with SEO involvement).
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and additional planning efforts through the Office of Energy Development.  It seek to excel in job creation, innovation, entrepreneurship, global business, and quality workforce and have a stable and sustainable business-friendly environment to ensure that Utah is at the forefront of solving the world’s energy challenges.  Some of the goals of this plan include access to low-cost energy, technology innovation, effective regulations, demand reductions, and multi-state collaborations among others.

Created by Mandate

Utah Code Ann. §63M-4-301

State Energy Plan
Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan
Vermont
State Energy Plan Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan
Date of Current Plan 2015
Authoring Agency Department of Public Service
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and on-going planning through the Vermont Department of Public Service (DPS).  It was developed due to Vermont continuing to be heavily reliant upon heating oil.  The goal is underpinned by a strategy to virtually eliminate Vermont’s reliance upon oil by mid-century by moving toward enhanced efficiency measures, greater use of clean, renewable sources for electricity, heating, and transportation, and electric vehicle adoption, while increasing our use of natural gas and biofuel blends where nonrenewable fuels remain necessary. The moves must be deliberate and measured to ensure overall energy costs for our businesses and residents remain regionally competitive.  Some of the goals of this plan are to obtain 90% of total energy from renewable sources by 2050, improve the energy performance of 80,000 homes by 2020, have 60% of new homes ENERGY STAR rated by 2020, triple the number of spaces in the state park-and-ride program to 3,426 by 2030, and reduce single-occupancy vehicle (SOV) commute trips by 20% in 20 years.

 

Created by Mandate

Vermont Energy Act of 2011

State Energy Plan
The Virginia Energy Plan (VEP)
Virginia
State Energy Plan The Virginia Energy Plan (VEP)
Date of Current Plan 2014
Authoring Agency Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME)
Status/Summary

This plan is operational with implementation and additional planning through DMME and was developed due to an increase in electric rates, and to create more affordable and reliable energy.  Its purpose is to grow the state’s economy, as well as in-state production of energy, with resulting jobs and investments by 20% over the next 10 years.

Created by Mandate

Chapters 1 and 2 of Title 67 of the Code of Virginia

State Energy Plan
2012 Washington State Energy Strategy
Washington
State Energy Plan 2012 Washington State Energy Strategy
Date of Current Plan 2012
Authoring Agency Department of Commerce's Energy Office
Status/Summary

The 2012 Washington State Energy Strategy reflects the states commitment to remain a leader in energy efficiency, sustainability and innovation and to build a clean energy economy.  This strategy explores areas such as information technology and material sciences, advancing competitive advantage in electric vehicles, bioenergy and smart grid systems. The importance of well-informed consumer choice is another common theme within this energy strategy.

Created by Mandate

Chapter 271 (2010), Section 401 

State Energy Plan
West Virginia Energy Plan 2013-2017
West Virginia
State Energy Plan West Virginia Energy Plan 2013-2017
Date of Current Plan 2013
Authoring Agency West Virginia Department of Commerce; Division of Energy
Status/Summary

This operational plan, updated every five years, contains several sections. Included are three reports, developed by West Virginia University and Marshall University, with energy market analyses that helped to guide in the development of the energy initiatives. The plan also includes a section of public comments from the public, reflecting general concerns and recommendations of individuals and organizations that are involved in energy issues in the state.

 

 

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Chapter 5B, Article 2F

State Energy Plan
Leading the Charge: Wyoming's Action Plan for Energy, Environment and Economy
Wyoming
State Energy Plan Leading the Charge: Wyoming's Action Plan for Energy, Environment and Economy
Date of Current Plan May 2013
Authoring Agency Governor Matthew Mead
Status/Summary

"Leading the Charge" is intended to be continually updated and establishes a framework to address issues in a forward looking way with the capability of adjusting to changing circumstances. Each of the strategy's 47 initiatives are action items to be instigated this year. State agencies will carry out the initiatives and will make progress reports available to the public throughout 2013.

"Leading the Charge" is divided into four main themes:

  • Economic Competitiveness, Expansion and Diversification
  • Efficient, Effective Regulation Theme
  • Natural Resource Conservation, Reclamation and Mitigation
  • Education, Innovation and New Technologies

Each theme contains initiatives and each initiative requires concrete actions and results

State Energy Plan
AlabamaSAVES
Alabama
Program Purpose: Industrial
Fund Amount: $25,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Kathy Hornsby
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
Energy Division
P.O. Box 5690
Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
334.242.5284
kathy.hornsby@adeca.alabama.gov
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Technology Loan Fund
Program Purpose: Buildings
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Efficient State Property Revolving Loan Fund
California
Fund Amount: $25,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Gabriel Taylor, Program Lead
California Energy Commission
916.651.3754
gtaylor@energy.state.ca.us
State Energy Financing Programs
Colorado
Fund Amount: $0.00
Contact:
1580 Logan Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80203
303.866.2100
State Energy Financing Programs
Georgia
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Kansas
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Kentucky Green Bank
Kentucky
Program Purpose: State buildings
Fund Amount: $14,170,579.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Kentucky SELF Summary
State Energy Financing Programs
Maryland
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Loan Fund
Missouri
Program Purpose: Provide loans to public schools, local governments, higher education institutions and not-for-profit hospitals for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Fund Amount: $7,500,000.00
Funding Source: Missouri Division of Energy
Contact:
Department of Economic Development
Division of Energy
P.O. Box 1766
301 W. High Street, Ste. 720
Jefferson City, MO 65102-1766
1-855-522-2796
energy@ded.mo.gov
State Energy Financing Programs
Alternative Energy Loan Program
Montana
Program Purpose: Alternative energy
Fund Amount: $1,177,340.00
Funding Source: Department of Environmental Quality
Contact:
Kathi Montgomery
Planning, Prevention, and Assistance
PO Box 200902
1100 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59620
406.841.5243
State Energy Financing Programs
Dollar and Energy Savings Loan Program
Nebraska
Program Purpose: Various*
Fund Amount: $43,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Website: www.neo.ne.gov
Nebraska SELF Summary
Contact:
Lincoln, NE 68509
402.471.2867 fax: 402.471.3064
State Energy Financing Programs
Revolving Loan Fund
Nevada
Program Purpose: Renewable energy/energy efficiency
Fund Amount: $14,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Robert C. Nellis, CPM, Energy Program Manager
Office of the Governor
Nevada State Office of Energy
755 North Roop Street, Suite 202
Carson City, NV 89701
775-687-1850 x7304
nvp@energy.nv.gov
State Energy Financing Programs
New Jersey
Program Purpose: Residential
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Office of Clean Energy
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities
PO Box 350
44 S Clinton Ave
Trenton, NJ 08625
609.777.3300
State Energy Financing Programs
North Carolina
Program Purpose: Residential & Commercial
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
State Energy Financing Programs
State Energy Program ARRA Fund
Oklahoma
Program Purpose: Commercial/Industrial
Fund Amount: $13,902,827.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
State Energy Office
900 North Stiles
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.815.5347
State Energy Financing Programs
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Revolving Loan Fund
Oklahoma
Program Purpose: Transportation
Fund Amount: $650,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
State Energy Office
900 North Stiles
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.815.5347
State Energy Financing Programs
Community Energy Education Management Program
Oklahoma
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $498,923.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
State Energy Office
900 North Stiles
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.815.5347
State Energy Financing Programs
Puerto Rico
Program Purpose: Industry
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
State Energy Financing Programs
ConserFund
South Carolina
Program Purpose: Various*
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
South Carolina Energy Office
1201 Main Street, Suite 430
Columbia, SC 29201
803.737.8030 fax: 803.737.9846
State Energy Financing Programs
LoanSTAR
Texas
Program Purpose: Various*
Fund Amount: $128,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
State Energy Conservation Office
111 E. 17th Street, Suite 1118
Austin, TX 78711
State Energy Financing Programs
Utah
Program Purpose: Schools
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
State Energy Program
PO Box 146100
1594 West North Temple, Suite 3110
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
801.538.5412
State Energy Financing Programs
U-Save Energy Fund
Vermont
Program Purpose: Energy efficiency
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Energy Efficiency Division
Vermont Department of Public Service
112 State Street, Drawer 20
Montpelier, VT 05620
802.828.2811
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Efficiency Credit Enhancement
Washington
Program Purpose: Provide grants to financial institutions and entities working with financial institutions involved in energy efficiency lending, and to reduce the risk associated with energy efficiency (EE) lending.
Fund Amount: $5,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
State Energy Financing Programs
SEP ARRA Revolving Loans
Washington
Program Purpose: Provide grants and loans to a variety of public and private entities statewide for energy efficiency, transportation, biomass, & clean technology.
Fund Amount: $16,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Loan Fund for Schools
Oklahoma
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $1,239,808.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
State Energy Office
900 North Stiles
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.815.5347
State Energy Financing Programs
Higher Education Loan Program
Oklahoma
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $1,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
State Energy Office
900 North Stiles
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405.815.5347
State Energy Financing Programs
Better Buildings Fund
New Hampshire
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00
Funding Source: Auction offsets of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative through the NH Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Fund
State Energy Financing Programs
Enterprise Energy Fund
New Hampshire
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency/Renewables
Fund Amount: $6,600,000.00
Contact:
Sarah DiSano
603.717.9127
sdisano@nhcdfa.org
State Energy Financing Programs
Keystone HELP
Pennsylvania
Program Purpose: Residential Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $110,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Appropriation
Contact:
844.734.6631
State Energy Financing Programs
Michigan SAVES Home Energy Loan Program
Michigan
Fund Amount: $340,000.00
Contact:
Amy Rittenhouse
Michigan SAVES
c/o Public Sector Consultants Inc.
600 W. Saint Joseph St.
Suite 10
Lansing, MI 48933
517.484.4954
State Energy Financing Programs
Green Jobs - Green New York
New York
Program Purpose: Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency
Fund Amount: $230,900,000.00
Funding Source: Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
Contact:
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
17 Columbia Circle
Albany, NY 12203-6399
1-866-NYSERDA
State Energy Financing Programs
Iowa Energy Bank
Iowa
Fund Amount: $22,439,596.00
Contact:
Iowa Office of Energy Independence
Wallace State Office Building
502 East 9th Street
Des Moines, IA 50319
State Energy Financing Programs
Home Energy Savings Program
Maine
Fund Amount: $19,450,000.00
Contact:
22 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04330
207.287.8927
State Energy Financing Programs
South Dakota
Program Purpose: Public buildings
Fund Amount: $0.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Website: www.state.sd.us
Contact:
Bureau of Administration
523 E. Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501-3182
605.773.3899
State Energy Financing Programs
State Energy Program - Revolving Loan Fund
Delaware
Fund Amount: $8,800,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
1203 College Park Drive
Suite 101
Dover, DE 19904
State Energy Financing Programs
Green Energy Loan Fund
Pennsylvania
Fund Amount: $13,386,039.00
Contact:
Department of Environmental Protection
PO Box 8772
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8772
717.783.8411
State Energy Financing Programs
Mass Save Home Energy Assistance Team (HEAT) Loan Program
Massachusetts
Fund Amount: $5,000,000.00
Website: www.masssave.com
State Energy Financing Programs
Cozy Home Loan Program
Connecticut
Fund Amount: $360,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
State Energy Loan Program
Idaho
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Residential, Commercial, Multifamily, Agriculture, Industry
Fund Amount: $2,582,976.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Clean Energy Revenue Bond Program
New Mexico
Program Purpose: Upgrades to state agencies and public school districts
Fund Amount: $20,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Loan Fund
Ohio
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency for Manufacturing
Fund Amount: $11,250,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Small-Scale Energy Loan Program
Oregon
Program Purpose: Energy Efficiency, Construction Financing
Fund Amount: $591,847,658.00
Website: www.oregon.gov
State Energy Financing Programs
Pathway Lending Energy Efficiency Loan Program
Tennessee
Program Purpose: Energy efficiency and renewable energy for commercial buildings
Fund Amount: $34,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Commonwealth Energy Fund
Virginia
Program Purpose: Commercial-ready technologies
Fund Amount: $2,600,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Wisconsin
Program Purpose: Energy Savings Performance Contracting for state facilities and universities
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Illinois Clean Tech Fund
Illinois
Fund Amount: $2,300,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Power Project Loan Fund
Alaska
Fund Amount: $53,316,594.00
State Energy Financing Programs
GreenSun Hawaii Loan Loss Reserve
Hawaii
Fund Amount: $2,670,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Multifamily Energy Retrofit Program
Florida
Fund Amount: $837,009.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Home Energy Loan Program
Louisiana
Fund Amount: $1,000,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Contact:
Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Technology Assessment Division
617 North 3rd Street
11th Floor, Suite
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
larlf@la.gov
State Energy Financing Programs
Arizona
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Smart-E Loan Program
Connecticut
Fund Amount: $2,500,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Solar PV Lease Program
Connecticut
Fund Amount: $3,500,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
District of Columbia
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
ReHome Florida
Florida
Program Purpose: Residential
Fund Amount: $1,456,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Guam
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
American Samoa
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Green Energy Market Securitization
Hawaii
Fund Amount: $100,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Indiana
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Michigan SAVES Business Energy Financing
Michigan
Fund Amount: $5,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Trillion BTU Program
Minnesota
Fund Amount: $15,034,736.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Fix Up Loan Program
Minnesota
Fund Amount: $1,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Savings Partnership
Minnesota
Fund Amount: $22,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Home Energy Loan Program
Minnesota
Fund Amount: $2,800,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund
Mississippi
Fund Amount: $7,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Direct Energy Assistance Loan
Nevada
Fund Amount: $1,500,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
New York Green Bank
New York
Fund Amount: $218,500,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
North Dakota
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Northern Mariana Islands
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank
Rhode Island
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Virgin Islands
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Clean Energy Fund
Washington
Fund Amount: $25,000,000.00
State Energy Financing Programs
West Virginia
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Wyoming
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Loans for Michigan Businesses
Michigan
Fund Amount: $1,500,000.00
Contact:
Michigan Energy Office in partnership with the Michigan Department of Treasury
State Energy Financing Programs
Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Program
Michigan
Fund Amount: $11,000,000.00 (expected spring/summer 2017)
Contact:
Michigan Energy Office in partnership with the Michigan Department of Treasury
State Energy Financing Programs
Multifamily Loan Loss Reserve
Michigan
Fund Amount: $0.00
State Energy Financing Programs
E3: Reducing Industrial Energy Intensity in Alabama
Alabama
Funding Amount: $900,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Manufacturers' Energy-Efficiency Grant Assistance (MEGA) Program
Arizona
Funding Amount: $2,735,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Arkansas Industrial Energy Technology Loan (AETL) Program
Arkansas
Funding Amount: $9,757,658.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Arkansas Green Technology Grant Program
Arkansas
Funding Amount: $3,049,653.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
California Partnership for Improving Industrial Plant Productivity
California
Funding Amount: $1,332,634.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Colorado Industrial Energy Challenge
Colorado
Funding Amount: $1,650,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Regional Save Energy Now - ARRA
Georgia
Funding Amount: $533,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Southeast Industrial Energy Alliance
Georgia
Funding Amount: $900,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Certified Energy Manager Training Program
Georgia
Funding Amount: $400,000.00
Program Description: Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial Energy Efficiency Grant Program
Georgia
Funding Amount: $2,000,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Idaho Save Energy Now - Industries of the Future
Idaho
Funding Amount: $900,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Midwest States Save Energy Now (SEN) Partnership Program
Illinois
Funding Amount: $1,398,537.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Large Energy User Grant Program
Illinois
Funding Amount: $14,000,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Purdue Technical Assistance Program - Industrial Energy Efficiency Assessment Initiative
Indiana
Funding Amount: $1,042,900.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Kentucky Program for Industrial Energy Efficiency
Kentucky
Funding Amount: $899,861.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial Facility Retrofit Showcase
Kentucky
Funding Amount: $4,400,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Louisiana Save Energy Now
Louisiana
Funding Amount: $890,774.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Large Project Grants
Maine
Funding Amount: $14,501,044.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Save Energy Now for Maryland Industries
Maryland
Funding Amount: $733,765.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Massachusetts Save Energy Now
Massachusetts
Funding Amount: $1,400,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
State of Michigan Regional Delivery of the DOE Save Energy Now Program to Meet the Goals of EPACT (2005) and EISA (2007)
Michigan
Funding Amount: $830,550.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Clean Energy Advanced Manufacturing Program
Michigan
Funding Amount: $49,380,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Implementing an Industrial Energy Efficiency Program in Minnesota
Minnesota
Funding Amount: $922,252.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Emerging Renewable Energy Industries Grant
Minnesota
Funding Amount: $4,000,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Reducing Industrial Intensity in the Southeast
Mississippi
Funding Amount: $1,141,393.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Best Price Energy Efficiency Program
Missouri
Funding Amount: $3,000,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial Pilot Projects
Missouri
Funding Amount: $1,800,000.00
Program Description: Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial Energy Assessment Program
Montana
Funding Amount: $100,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial Energy Audits
Montana
Funding Amount: $150,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New Jersey Industrial Energy Program (NJIEP)
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $900,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New York Industrial Partnership Network
New York
Funding Amount: $900,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Education
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industrial and Process Efficiency Incentive Program
New York
Funding Amount: $122,000,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Efficiency Program for Manufacturers
Ohio
Funding Amount: $26,256,391.00
Program Description: Audits
Grants
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Comprehensive Statewide Pro-Active Industrial Energy Efficiency Program
Pennsylvania
Funding Amount: $847,257.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Save Energy Now - South Carolina
South Carolina
Funding Amount: $1,040,291.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Supporting Texas Manufacturing to "Save Energy Now"
Texas
Funding Amount: $1,080,595.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Utah Industrial Efficiency Program
Utah
Funding Amount: $300,000.00
Program Description: Education
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Southeastern Industrial Efficiency Alliance
Virginia
Funding Amount: $211,050.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Save Energy Now: State, Regional and Local Delivery
Washington
Funding Amount: $1,340,652.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Industries of the Future - WV Assessment
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $150,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Projects with Industry
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $120,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Training
Workforce Development
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
E3
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $94,375.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Regional Assessment/Implementation SEN Delivery System Partnership
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $1,288,050.00
Program Description: Audits
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Clean Energy Business Loan Program
Wisconsin
Funding Amount: $53,700,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Recovery Act: Expanding the WisconSEN Program
Wisconsin
Funding Amount: $1,179,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Alabama Saves Revolving Loan Program
Alabama
Funding Amount: $60,000,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
State Energy Program Technical Assistance
Arizona
Funding Amount: $15,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Agriculture
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Direct Lending Revolving Loan Program
Colorado
Funding Amount: $11,000,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Florida Energy Opportunity Fund
Florida
Funding Amount: $36,089,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Low Interest Energy Loans
Idaho
Funding Amount: $750,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
Agriculture
Residential
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Agricultural/Industrial/Commercial Loan Program
Iowa
Funding Amount: $1,500,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Agriculture
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Cash Incentives (No Name Given)
Maine
Funding Amount: $4,900,000.00
Program Description: Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Agriculture
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program
Maryland
Funding Amount: $2,500,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Alternative Portfolio Standard (for CHP)
Massachusetts
Funding Amount: $9,000,000.00
Program Description: Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Retired Engineer Technical Assistance Program
Michigan
Funding Amount: $1,000,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Efficiency Technology Demonstration
Michigan
Funding Amount: $1,750,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund
Minnesota
Funding Amount: $10,000,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Programs in Commercial and Industrial Buildings
Minnesota
Funding Amount: $4,100,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Commercial and Industrial
Mississippi
Funding Amount: $90,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Dollar and Energy Saving Loan Program
Nebraska
Funding Amount: $11,307,475.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
Agriculture
Residential
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Expanded Business Energy Efficiency Program
New Hampshire
Funding Amount: $922,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New Jersey New Construction
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $9,275,463.00
Program Description: Incentives
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New Jersey Retrofit
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $36,478,000.00
Program Description: Incentives
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New Jersey Pay for Performance New Construction
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $7,487,495.00
Program Description: Audits
Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Combined Heat and Power
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $18,000,000.00
Program Description: Incentives
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
New Jersey Pay for Performance
New Jersey
Funding Amount: $54,849,805.00
Program Description: Audits
Incentives
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Flex Tech
New York
Funding Amount: $29,500,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Efficiency for Commercial, Industrial and Large Nonprofit Sector
North Carolina
Funding Amount: $9,147,000.00
Program Description: Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Alternative and Clean Energy Program
Pennsylvania
Funding Amount: $165,000,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Green Development Loan Program
Pennsylvania
Funding Amount: $48,000,000.00
Program Description: Financing
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Clean Green Investment Incentives
South Carolina
Funding Amount: $2,113,910.00
Program Description: Audits
Grants
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Program Technical Assistance
South Carolina
Funding Amount: $1,700,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
Public
Agriculture
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Training
South Carolina
Funding Amount: $976,610.00
Program Description: Training
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Clean Energy Standard Offer Program
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $50,000.00
Program Description: Education
Sectors Served: Industrial
Commercial (including non-profits)
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
EECBG - IOF
West Virginia
Funding Amount: $200,000.00
Program Description: Audits
Technical Assistance
Sectors Served: Industrial
Public
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
Home Energy Rating Program
Alabama
Fund Amount: $50,000.00
Funding Source: State Energy Program (SEP)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on training. Certified HERS raters are able to use in-home diagnostic testing and energy modeling software to create a home energy rating known as a HERS Index.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Rebates & Incentives
    first 30 residents to take training and become a certified HERS rater, can be reimbursed for training
Website: www.adeca.alabama.gov/C4/ARRA/Document%20Library/HERS%20Training%20Brochure.pdf
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Flex Your Power
California
Funding Source: Public Goods Charge as approved by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), & contributing Munis and Partner organizations/companies.
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on financing solutions. The California Energy Commission’s website, Flex Your Power, allows consumers to search for incentives (rebates and tax breaks) by zip code.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
    CBPCA list of qualified contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Rebate finder tool
  • Financing & Loans
    ENERY STAR - CA lendors list
Website: www.fypower.org/res/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Certified Energy Auditor Program
Alabama
Fund Amount: $50,000.00 (18 Months)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on training. This 3-day instructional seminar is designed to provide the specific training needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) examination [included].
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
Website: events.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e2u6z374f23863e3
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Home Energy Rebate Program
Alaska
Fund Amount: $160,000,000.00 (One time, ongoing)
Funding Source: Alaska State
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The rebate program assists homeowners in making energy efficiency improvements to their home. The program requires an energy rater to evaluate the home before and after the improvements. The more a home's energy efficiency improves, the greater the potential rebate.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    AHFC sponsors energy efficiency/building retrofit training for consumers and professionals
  • Qualified Contractors
    AHFC has energy rater service aggreements with professionals who perform energy ratings on homes in the Home Energy Rebate program
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to a $10,000 rebate is available for energy efficiency improvements made
  • Financing & Loans
    Up to $30,000 is available to help with upfront costs under the Second Mortgage Program for Energy Conservation
  • Quality Assurance
    AHFC has measures in place that monitor energy raters and program participants
Website: www.ahfc.us
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
New Home Rebate
Alaska
Funding Source: Alaska State Legislature Appropriation
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on financing solutions. The rebate program offers a $7,500 rebate for qualified new 5 Star Plus rated homes. The highest ranking given by AHFC’s AkWarm Energy Rating System.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    AHFC sponsors energy efficiency/building retrofit training for consumers and professionals
  • Qualified Contractors
    AHFC has energy rater service aggreements with professionals who perform energy ratings on homes in the Home Energy Rebate program
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    A $7,500 dollar rebate is available
  • Quality Assurance
    AHFC has measures in place that monitor energy raters and program participants
Website: www.ahfc.us
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Residential Building Science Program
Arizona
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The Residential Building Science Program works with the building trades to adopt an integrated approach to assessing, correcting and building residential structures based on the “House as a System” framework.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
Website: www.azcommerce.com/Energy/Residential+Building+Science.htm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy Efficiency Arkansas
Arkansas
Fund Amount: $40,906.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on training, by providing ENERGY STAR Homes Builder Seminars.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
Website: www.tightenuparkansas.org/tighten-up.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Building Training Centers of Excellence
Arkansas
Fund Amount: $2,500,000.00 (2 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on training. Through partnership with Pulaski Technical College (PTC) and Northwest Arkansas Community College (NWACC), the Arkansas Economic Development Commission-Energy Office (AEO) has developed two training Centers of Excellence for residential energy design, management, and auditing.  The AEO granted PTC approximately $1.2M and NWACC approximately $1.3M to plan, start-up, and administer residential based training programs. PTC and NWACC work jointly, with the aid of a steering committee, to plan statewide initiatives.  Combined, the colleges hosted five BPI classes and shared an enrollment of 38 participants.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    BPI, RESNET, ACCA Manual J
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Student Tuition is supplemented for training
Website: www.arkansasenergy.org
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
ENERGY STAR New Homes Program
Colorado
Fund Amount: $1,200,000.00
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on increasing the construction of energy efficient houses. One way that the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) is leading Colorado to a New Energy Economy is through its ENERGY STAR New Homes program. We work closely with more than 120 local governments, community organizations, utilities, homebuilder associations, homebuilders and Home Energy Rating partners. Over the past several years the market penetration has grown from single digits to over 47% this past year.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    For builder
  • Financing & Loans
    ENERGY STAR Mortgage
  • Quality Assurance
Website: rechargecolorado.com/index.php/programs_overview/residential_buildings/energy_star_new_homes_program/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Recharge Colorado Residential Energy Efficiency Rebates
Colorado
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on rebates. The Governor’s Energy Office and its partners are currently offering rebates to Colorado residents who implement an energy efficient measure on their home while funds last.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $600, depending on EE measure
  • Financing & Loans
    Energy Saving Mortgage
  • Quality Assurance
Website: rebate.rechargecolorado.com/eemeasures.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Colorado Energy Code Support Partnership
Colorado
Fund Amount: $1,500,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on codes and training. Colorado includes 333 individual code jurisdictions. In order to promote and increase energy savings throughout the state, the Governor's Energy Office partnered with the State Department of Local Affairs to deliver individualized trainings to each code jurisdiction as well as education to commissioners and local policy makers.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
Website: rebate.rechargecolorado.com/eemeasures.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Green for Green
Delaware
Fund Amount: $300,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on financing solutions. The Green for Green Program offers Delaware new home buyers rebates of $3,000 to $6,000 for homes upgraded to national green standards for energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor air quality, building materials and other conservation-oriented, energy-saving features.
Key Program Elements:
  • Rebates & Incentives
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.degreen4green.com/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Delaware Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
Delaware
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program offers Delaware Homeowners rebates between $300 and $8,250 when making eligible energy-saving home improvements.  The program also offers home energy loans to help make these improvements affordable.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $8,250
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.energizedelaware.org
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Residential Lighting Markdown Progam
Delaware
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on lighting upgrades. Energize Delaware's CFL Home Lighting Discount Program provides special discount pricing and instant coupons on select ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs at retail locations throughout the state -as low as $.98 per bulb.  Discounts are currently available at participating retailers throughout the state.  Additional retailers will be signing up for the program, so check back for an updated listing of participating stores near you.
Key Program Elements:
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Markdowns
Website: www.energizedelaware.org
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Renewable Energy Incentive Program
District of Columbia
Fund Amount: $3,800,000.00
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits and renewable sysytems. Beginning February 23, 2009, the program began providing rebates to eligible applicants to assist in the installation of a solar photovoltaic renewable energy system. Additional technology rebates are forthcoming in calendar year 2010 as regulations are adopted. Projects may include but are not limited to the installation of systems on single and multi-family dwellings, as well as commercial and institutional buildings.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
Website: green.dc.gov/green/cwp/view,a,1244,q,461562.asp
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
EarthCraft House
Georgia
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. Through the SEP, GEFA supports EarthCraft House, which is a program of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and Southface with support from government and industry leaders. This program is designed to provide builders with the information and support needed to construct and retrofit homes that are energy efficient.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
    EarthCraft Technical Advisers
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
    Renovator schedules inspection and presents advisor w/ completed worksheet
Website: www.earthcrafthouse.org/About/renovation.htm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Idaho Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
Idaho
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, sponsored locally by the Idaho Energy Division, offers a comprehensive approach to home improvement that improves comfort and delivers real energy and cost savings for Idaho homeowners.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
    5 yr. at 4% up to 15k
Website: www.homeperformance.idaho.gov/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Efficiency Kansas Loan Program
Kansas
Fund Amount: $5,000,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. Through the Kansas state energy office, this program provides homeowners with low cost financing for energy efficiency improvements.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    $500 - expires when 1500 rebates have been distributed
  • Financing & Loans
    through partner lender or partner utility
  • Quality Assurance
    Auditor inspects after upgrades
Website: www.efficiencykansas.com/index.php
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
DEDI Residences Tax Incentive Program
Kentucky
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on financing solutions. Homeowners can receive tax credits for making energy-saving improvements to their home, such as new windows and doors, roofing, insulation, HVAC, water heaters and biomass stoves.
Website: energy.ky.gov/Programs/Pages/Homeowners.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction Training and Inspection
Kentucky
Fund Amount: $1,165,000.00 (Through April 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on training. The Kentucky Department for Energy Development and Independence is partnering with the Department for Housing, Buildings and Construction (HBC) to conduct training events.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
Website: energy.ky.gov/Pages/HBCtraining.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Code Development and Training Program
Kentucky
Fund Amount: $350,000.00 (Through 2011)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on the development and execution of commercial and residential code training.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
Website: energy.ky.gov/Programs/Pages/Homeowners.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Empower Louisiana HERO
Louisiana
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00 (Through April 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on whole home assessments. The Home Energy Rebate Option (HERO) incentivizes energy efficiency projects through rebates or low interest loans.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    12 classes total
  • Qualified Contractors
    Energy Raters
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $3000
  • Quality Assurance
    Site Audits
Website: dnr.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=pagebuilder&tmp=home&pid=182&pnid=103&nid=105
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Home Energy Rebate Option (HERO)
Louisiana
Fund Amount: $25,904,668.00 (1999-present)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on whole home assessments. The Home Energy Rebate Option (HERO) incentivizes energy efficiency projects through rebates or low interest loans.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    10 classes total
  • Qualified Contractors
    Energy Raters
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $2000
  • Quality Assurance
    Site Audits
Website: dnr.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=pagebuilder&tmp=home&pid=182&pnid=103&nid=106
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Home Energy Loan Program (HELP)
Louisiana
Fund Amount: $870,820.00 (1998-present)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The Home Energy Loan Program (HELP) incentivizes energy efficiency projects through rebates or low interest loans.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
    Energy Raters
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Low interest Loan
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
    Lender Verification
Website: dnr.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=pagebuilder&tmp=home&pid=40&pnid=103&nid=105
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
MEA Home Performance Rebate Program
Maryland
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The MEA Home Performance Rebate program offers homeowners bigger rebates than ever for home energy efficiency improvements.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
    BPI certified
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up $3100
Website: www.energy.state.md.us/homeperformance/index.html
www.mdhomeperformance.org/index.html
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Minnesota Residential Energy Incentives and Rebates Program
Minnesota
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on financing solutions. Incentives for energy efficient appliances, lighting, and equipment for residential, commercial, and industrial customers are available through electric and natural gas utility CIP (Conservation Improvement Program). Also, rebates for specific energy efficiency measures (air sealing, insulation, windows, orphaned water heaters) are available. Work must be done by a qualified Project ReEnergize contractor.
Key Program Elements:
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Conservation Improvement Program funding
  • Financing & Loans
    Rural Energy Loan and Grant Program
Website: www.state.mn.us/mn/externalDocs/Commerce/Minnesota_Residential_Energy_Incentives_061809123036_Incentive.pdf
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Energize Missouri Homeowner and Geothermal Program
Missouri
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The department provided rebates to owner-occupants of single-family homes to receive energy audits, implement whole-house energy saving measures identified in the audits and install geothermal systems.
Key Program Elements:
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
Website: www.dnr.mo.gov/transform/energizemissourihomes.htmm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Missouri Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
Missouri
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, sponsored by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Division of Energy, offers a comprehensive approach to home improvement, remodeling, and renovation that will make your home more efficient and reduce energy costs.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Columbia Water and Light
  • Quality Assurance
    Columbia Water and Light
Website: www.dnr.mo.gov/homeperformance/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Missouri Personal Income Tax Deduction for Home Energy Audits
Missouri
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on tax credits. Senate Bill 1181, passed by the General Assembly and signed into law in 2008, includes a tax deduction for qualified home energy audits and the recommendations of those audits, beginning with the 2009 tax year. To qualify for the deduction, the home energy audit must be performed by an energy auditor certified by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
Website: www.dnr.mo.gov/energy/residential/homeenergyaudits.htm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Warm Hearts Warm Homes
Montana
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on tax credits. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality provides tax incentives for the cost of energy efficiency improvements.
Key Program Elements:
  • Rebates & Incentives
Website: deq.mt.gov/energy/warmhomes/default.mcpx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Dollar and Energy Saving Loans
Nebraska
Fund Amount: $37,000,000.00 (Ongoing)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on financing solutions. The Nebraska Energy Office purchases a share of Dollar and Savings Loans at no interest in loans made by Nebraska lenders to residents to finance a myriad of energy efficiency improvements.
Key Program Elements:
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
    2.5%, 3.5%, 5% Dollar and Energy Saving loans through participating NE lenders
  • Quality Assurance
    On-site monitoring
Website: www.neo.ne.gov/loan
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Dollar and Energy Saving Loans
Nebraska
Fund Amount: $26,000,000.00 (Ongoing)
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on financing solutions. 2.5% Dollar and Energy Saving Loans available through eligible Nebraska lenders for the construction of single family, detached dwellings which will be built as ENERGY STAR and Five Star Plus homes with a HERS Rating score of 50 or less.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
    2.5% Dollar and Energy Saving loans through NE lenders
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.neo.ne.gov/loan
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Dollar and Energy Saving Loans
Nebraska
Fund Amount: $36,000,000.00 (Ongoing)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on long term permanent financing.
Key Program Elements:
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
    Long term rate 1% below conventional rate for like product
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.neo.ne.gov/loan
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
GREEN BUILDING Nebraska-Certified Homes
Nebraska
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on increasing the construction of energy efficient houses. A GREEN BUILDING-Nebraska Certified Home is your assurance a new home is built to exacting energy and environmental standards established by the State of Nebraska’s Energy Office and constructed by a Certified Builder.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.neo.ne.gov/home_const/greenbuilthomes.htm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Nevada Retrofit Initiative (NRI)
Nevada
Fund Amount: $5,000,000.00
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The goal is to implement Home Performance with ENERGY STAR and ultimately retrofit at least 5% of all single family residences in Nevada by 2021.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $1000
  • Quality Assurance
Website: energy.state.nv.us/energy-efficiency/nri-initiative.html
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Residential Sustainable Building Tax Credit
New Mexico
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole home retrofits. The SBTC has two primary components: the first is that the home meets a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index and the second is that the home is certified as having achieved either the for LEED-Homes (LEED-H) Silver rating or higher, or the Build Green NM Silver rating or higher.
Website: www.emnrd.state.nm.us/ECMD/EnergyEfficiencyBuildings/ResidentialSBTC.htm
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
NYSERDA Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
New York
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on NYSERDA’s New York ENERGY STAR Homes and Home Performance with ENERGY STAR programs, which help homeowners by providing means to affordable energy efficiency improvements.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
    BPI certified
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
  • Financing & Loans
    loans up to: 1. $13k per homeowner - Green Jobs Green NY program or 2. $20-30k per homeowner - Energy $mart Loans
  • Quality Assurance
    Certificate of completion is signed by homeowner, with contractor as well
Website: www.getenergysmart.org/SingleFamilyHomes/ExistingBuilding/HomeOwner.aspx
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
NC Plus Program
North Carolina
Program Description: This program is avaiable to new homes and focuses on increasing the construction of energy efficient houses. With the NC Plus Program, homeowners get a more comfortable home that is better for the environment, is likely to have higher resale value, offers better protection against increases in energy costs, and provides lower monthly utility bills.
Key Program Elements:
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Up to $1,500
Website: www.ncplusprogram.org/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
State Energy Residential Program
Northern Mariana Islands
Fund Amount: $175,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on ENERGY STAR promotions.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.cnmienergy.com
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
State EECBG Residential Program
Northern Mariana Islands
Fund Amount: $200,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and is an ENERGY STAR CFL program.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.cnmienergy.com
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
State EECBG Residential Program
Northern Mariana Islands
Fund Amount: $770,000.00 (3 Years)
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on residential cool roofing.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.cnmienergy.com
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Restdential Energy Tax Credits
Oregon
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on tax credits. Homeowners can receive a credit on Oregon income taxes for making home energy-efficient upgrades and helping preserve Oregon's environment.
Website: www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RESIDENTIAL/residential_energy_tax_credits.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Keystone HELP Energy Efficiency Program
Pennsylvania
Fund Amount: $10,000,000.00 (Through 2013)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on whole house retrofits. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection offers a residential efficiency program with low-interest loans and rebates in partnership with the Pennsylvania Treasury Department, the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, and AFC First Financial.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
    Keystone HELP sponsored “Home Performance 101” course
  • Qualified Contractors
    A few kinds including, but not limited to, BPI certified and Keystone HELP sponsored/“Home Performance 101”
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
    Loans between $1-15K, and for larger improvements, up to $35K
  • Quality Assurance
    Independent third party
Website: www.keystonehelp.com/index.php
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources
Rhode Island
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on training. The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources has partnered with the Community College of Rhode Island to provide a full range of classes related to whole house efficiency which include heating systems, shell retrofits, air sealing, blower door diagnostics, duct sealing, and lead safe work practices.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Financing & Loans
Website: www.energy.ri.gov/programs/outreach.php
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Renewable Energy Incentives
Rhode Island
Program Description: This program is available to new and existing homes and focuses on a residential renewable energy system tax credit, which offers a 25% income tax credit for homeonwers who install renewable energy systems including solar domestic hot water systems, solar space heating systems, wind energy systems, geothermal, and photovoltaic energy systems.
Website: www.energy.ri.gov/programs/renewable.php#taxcredit
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Utah Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
Utah
Fund Amount: $4,500,000.00 (3 years)
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on. A new program, Utah Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, will pay cash rebates to Utah homeowners to help offset the cost of retrofits that save energy and money.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Rebates up to $2000
  • Financing & Loans
    $500 rebate for loan initiation
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.utahhomeperformance.com/
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Multi-State Model for Catalyzing the National Home Energy Retrofit Market (Pilot Program)
Virginia
Fund Amount: $2,886,500.00 (Through 2013)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on. A 4-state DOE pilot project to transform the residential retrofit market.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
James City County's Recovery Through Retrofit Project
Virginia
Fund Amount: $498,625.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on home energy audits, contractor training and has a revolving loan fund for residential retrofits.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
George Washington Regional Pilot Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
Virginia
Fund Amount: $1,000,000.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This HPwES program is available to existing homes and focuses on home energy audits, contractor training and includes a revolving loan fund for residential retrofits.
Key Program Elements:
  • Training
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Bristol Virginia Utilities Revolving Loan Program
Virginia
Fund Amount: $400,000.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on providing loans to homeowners to fund various energy efficiency projects.
Key Program Elements:
  • Financing & Loans
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Charlottesville Home Consortium Heat Pump Revolving Loan Program
Virginia
Fund Amount: $199,980.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on loans to replace inefficient heat pumps.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Northern Neck Weatherization Expansion Program
Virginia
Fund Amount: $421,179.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on energy efficiency retrofit projects.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Middle Peninsula Energy Efficiency and Conservation Weatherization Program
Virginia
Fund Amount: $676,800.00 (Through 2012)
Program Description: This program is available to existing homes and focuses on energy efficiency retrofit projects.
Key Program Elements:
  • Qualified Contractors
  • Audits
  • Financing & Loans
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.dmme.virginia.gov/divisionenergy.shtml
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Maine Home Energy Savings Program and PACE Loans
Maine
Fund Amount: $30,000,000.00
Funding Source: Residential Retrofits
Key Program Elements:
  • Audits
  • Rebates & Incentives
    Cash incentives for heathing systems and solar thermal or solar PV
  • Financing & Loans
    Loans from $6,500-15,000.00
  • Quality Assurance
Website: www.efficiencymaine.com/docs/PACE/EMPACEBrochure.pdf
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
State Energy Loan Funds

More than $925 million available in 30 states and territories.

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Industrial and Manufacturing

Investment of more than $870 million in 35 states and territories

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Residential Energy Programs
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State Energy Programs for Industry
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State Energy Efficiency Residential Programs

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State Energy Plan

State Energy Plan Description

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A New Program Category

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