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.
SEP Funds Leveraged $98 Million in Energy Savings Performance Contracts
SEP Funds Supported the Development of New Appliance Standards and Grid Resilience
SEP Provided Rebates through $15 Million, "Trillion BTU Improvement Program"
SEP Supported Public Sector Vehicle Electrification Programs
$239,000 in SEP Funds Leveraged $7 Million for Clean Tech Start-Ups
SEP Funds Used to Train Student Engineers to Provide No-Cost Technical Assistance to Private-Sector Clients