U.S. SEP funds leveraged
Private and non-federal funds to support clean energy technology
Economic impact to support clean energy technology
Private sector jobs created
In Texas, the State Energy Office used $239,000 in SEP funding to create clean energy business incubators. The funds supported clean energy technology startup companies, which attracted $7 million (24:1) in investments, created 86 jobs, and resulted in $7.9 million (27:1) in economic impact. Since 2001, the successful Texas Industries of the Future Program has had great success in supporting manufacturers to decrease the energy and water intensity of their Texas operations. The City Efficiency Leadership Council and Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Training provides targeted assistance and outreach to Texas cities, specifically related to building energy code adoption and compliance.
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