CEF funded solar array

Energy efficiency and solar grant funds projects result in energy and operational cost savings at state public higher education institutions, local government facilities, state agencies and kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12) public school districts. This program is awarded through a competitive process.

2018 Energy Efficiency and Solar Grant Program

The application period has closed. Contingent awards have been announced. Please see the press release for more details.

Future Funding

There are currently no funding rounds open for the Energy Efficiency and Solar Program.

The Capital Budget (House Bill 1102 ) includes $12,500,000.00 for this program as follows:

  • $1,785,000 for Energy Efficiency in fiscal year 2020
  • $1,785,000 for Energy Efficiency in fiscal year 2021
  • $3,573,000 for Solar Installations
  • $5,357,000 for Efficiency and Environmental Performance Improvements to Minor Works and Stand-Alone projects at State Owned Buildings
  • $1,400,000 is appropriated for Energy Efficiency Improvements to Minor Works and Stand-Alone projects at State Owned Buildings

More information will be available once this budget is enacted.

Bidders Conference – Webinar

Webinar Recording (YouTube)

2018 Application Materials