• U.S. State Energy Program (SEP)

    SEP is the only cost-shared program administered by DOE that provides resources directly to the states for use in efficiency, renewable, and alternative energy demonstration activities.

    $50 million
    Amount allocated to states and territories in FY’16
    $1
    SEP federal funds typically leveraged by:
    $10.71
    Of state and private (non-federal) funds
    $1
    Amount of federal funds associated with annual savings of:
    1.03
    Million source BTUs
    $7.22
    Of energy cost savings
  • Alabama

    SEP Funds Leveraged $98 Million in Energy Savings Performance Contracts

    $98 million
    20 year lease-purchase agreement plan for energy upgrades
    20,000 metric tons
    Average annual reduction in emissions  
    1,677
    Jobs created during two-year installation period
  • California

    SEP Funds Supported the Development of New Appliance Standards and Grid Resilience

    $100 billion
    In cumulative savings since 1980
    January 1, 2020
    Adoption of the 2019 CA Building Energy Efficiency Standards will become effective
    $3.288 million
    In SEP funds leveraged in FY 2018
  • Minnesota

    SEP Provided Rebates through $15 Million, "Trillion BTU Improvement Program"

    $15 million                          
    Trillion BTU                                   
    loan fund
    $24.3 million
    Total loan originations        
    146 billion
    BTUs saved annually
     
  • Rhode Island

    SEP Supported Public Sector Vehicle Electrification Programs

    4
    Number of new Level 2 public charging stations
    Supports energy office oversight of projects such as the Charge Up! Public Sector Vehicle Electrification Program
    $70,050
    In grants provided to local governments
  • Texas

    $239,000 in SEP Funds Leveraged $7 Million for Clean Tech Start-Ups

    $330,000
    U.S. SEP funds leveraged
    $5.2 million
    Private and non-federal funds to support clean energy technology
    $10.6 million
    Economic impact to support clean energy technology
    322
    Private sector jobs created
  • West Virginia

    SEP Funds Used to Train Student Engineers to Provide No-Cost Technical Assistance to Private-Sector Clients

    500
    Number of engineering students trained
    300
    Number of public and private sector clients assisted
    $18 million
    In energy cost savings identified
    16.3 Million kWh
    In energy savings identified
  • U.S. State Energy Program (SEP)

    SEP is the only cost-shared program administered by DOE that provides resources directly to the states for use in efficiency, renewable, and alternative energy demonstration activities.