State Project Improvement Grants
The grant is available to projects at state owned facilities funded under the 2019 – 21 Capital Budget. State agencies and institutions with projects that can be redesigned to increase efficiency and environmental performance can apply for this grant to cover the increased costs.
The State Project Improvement Grant program is part of the Energy Efficiency and Solar Grants Program and was formerly known as the Minor Works Grant or the Energy Enhancement Grant. This grant has been developed in partnership with the State Efficiency and Environmental Performance (SEEP) Office, and is consistent with the goals of Governor Inslee’s Executive Order 20-01.
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No Longer Accepting New Applications
Phase 1 Applications for the State Project Improvement (SPI) Grant were due by September 6, and have been reviewed. Eligible Phase 1 applicants have been invited to submit Phase 2 Applications, beginning September 30.
- Phase 1 SPI Grant awardee press release.
- Only eligible Phase 1 applicants may apply for Phase 2.
The Phase 2 Application period is now open.
$6.5 million in Capital funds will be available to cover the additional costs incurred by choosing more efficient project options– such as higher efficiency heating systems or windows. By offering this grant, the state is leading by example, investing in Washington’s clean energy future.
This grant will allow state agencies and institutions to invest in infrastructure that is more energy efficient. By investing now, operational and lifetime costs and environmental impacts are reduced.
Grant Eligibility and Application Instructions
State agencies and institutions with projects that can be modified to increase efficiency and environmental performance can apply for this grant. The original project must have existing funding under the 2019 – 21 Capital Budget.