U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Federal Energy Management Program

Energy Incentive Programs

Most states offer energy incentive programs to help offset energy costs. FEMP's Energy Incentive Program helps Federal agencies take advantage of these incentives by providing information about the funding-program opportunities available in each state.

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Click on a state or choose a one from the menu to see a summary of available energy incentives.

Map of the US states. alabama (yellow, vertical lines) arizona (green, crosshatch) arkansas (yellow, crosshatch) california (dark green, crosshatch) colorado (light green, crosshatch) connecticut (dark green, crosshatch) connecticut (dark green, crosshatch) delaware (yellow, crosshatch) delaware (yellow, crosshatch) district of columbia (orange) florida (yellow, vertical lines) georgia (yellow, vertical lines) idaho (dark green, horizontal lines) illinois (orange, vertical lines) indiana (yellow, horizontal lines) iowa (dark green, horizontal lines) kansas (yellow) kentucky (yellow, vertical lines) louisiana (yellow) maine (orange, crosshatch) maryland (orange, crosshatch) maryland (orange, crosshatch) massachusetts (dark green, crosshatch) massachusetts (dark green, crosshatch) michigan (orange, crosshatch) minnesota (light green, horizontal lines) mississippi (yellow, vertical lines) missouri (orange, crosshatch) montana (light green, crosshatch) nebraska (orange) nevada (light green) new hampshire (light green, crosshatch) new hampshire (light green, crosshatch new jersey (light green, crosshatch) new jersey (light green, crosshatch) new mexico (orange, vertical lines) new york (dark green, crosshatch) north carolina (yellow, crosshatch) north dakota (yellow) oklahoma (orange) ohio (light green, horizontal lines) oregon (dark green, crosshatch) pennsylvania (orange, vertical lines) rhode island (dark green, crosshatch) rhode island (dark green, crosshatch) south carolina (yellow, crosshatch) south dakota (yellow, horizontal lines) tennessee (orange, vertical lines) texas (yellow, crosshatch) utah (dark green, crosshatch) vermont (dark green, crosshatch) virginia (yellow, crosshatch) washington (dark green, crosshatch) west virgina (yellow) wisconsin (light green, crosshatch) wyoming (yellow, horizontal lines) Alaska (yellow, vertical lines) Hawaii (orange, vertical lines)


dark green These states budgeted over 2% of electric revenues for electric energy efficiency programs in 2012
light green These states budgeted between 1% and 2% of electric revenues for electric energy efficiency programs in 2012
orange These states budgeted between 0.5% and 1% of electric revenues for electric energy efficiency programs in 2012
yellow These states budgeted less than 0.5% of electric revenues for electric energy efficiency programs in 2012 or did not provide data
vertical lines These states have distributed generation (including renewables) programs available
horizontal lines These states have gas programs

Funding Programs

This section provides information about the availability of energy-efficiency and renewable-energy project funding for:

  • Public purpose programs administered by utilities, state agencies, or other third parties and paid for by utility ratepayers, typically through a non-bypassable system benefits charge instituted as part of restructuring legislation or rules
  • Utility programs administered by the local utility and paid for by utility ratepayers through their bundled rates
  • Programs sponsored by state agencies designed to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy and typically funded out of general tax revenues.

It also provides information about demand-response and load management programs, which offer incentives to curtail demand during peak energy use periods in response to system reliability or market conditions.