NASEO maintains the following databases to track specific state programs and policies in the energy sector.
State Energy Plans
State energy plans and the energy planning process guide and build consensus among stakeholders in moving toward a shared goal of meeting future energy needs in a cost-effective and sustainable manner. In 2011, NASEO began tracking states' energy planning efforts. By the end of 2013, at least 47 states will have an operational state energy plan. This database tracks all operational state energy plans.
State Energy Financing Programs
To spur jobs and energy-saving investments, more than 30 states and territories operate approximately 65 loan funds for energy efficiency and renewable energy. Many of these revolving funds are capitalized through the U.S. State Energy Program. More than $925 million in financing is available.
State Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
To help engage manufacturers and leverage private sector activities, as well as support innovations which help local communities and industries thrive, more than 35 states and territories operate programs in the industrial sector. Over $870 million in funding is being directed into these types of programs.
State Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
In order to reduce heating and cooling costs and increase energy efficiency in homes, over 25 states and territories operate approximately 45 energy efficiency residential retrofit programs. Many of these programs are capitalized through the U.S. State Energy Program. Over $345 million in funding is being directed into these types of programs.
Interactive State Energy Data Map
This resource compiles all of NASEO's databases into one interactive map.