SEP Funds Provided Incentives to 448 Consumers and Small Businesses for Cost-Saving Energy Efficiency Improvements

Amount of SEP funding leveraged


$53.5 million
In private funding leveraged

56 million kWh
In energy savings delivered


In Delaware, the Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy utilized SEP funds in operating the Green Energy Fund (GEF) and the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). The GEF provides grant incentives to Delaware electric utility customers for the installation of solar photovoltaic systems, solar hot water heating systems, small heating systems, geothermal heat pumps, small wind applications and renewable energy fuel cells. The EEIF provides grant incentives to Delaware businesses, local governments, and non-profits to make facility upgrades that lower their energy use and cost. From July 2018 through June 2019, the GEF provided 448 grants totaling about $0.9 million in rebate incentives to customers, and the EEIF supported 229 projects with over $4.8 million in grants allocated.

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