Michigan Energy Office issues Request for Information on new ideas to promote energy waste reduction programs
March 30, 2017
Michigan Energy Office issues Request for Information on new ideas
to promote energy waste reduction programs
LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Energy Office (MEO), part of the Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE), today issued a Request for Information (RFI) for new ideas to promote energy waste reduction programs that are adaptable, affordable, reliable and environmentally protective in Michigan for the upcoming grant year (October 2017 through August 2018).
Questions regarding the RFI are due by April 7, while the deadline for submitting RFI responses is April 20. Questions should be emailed to Terri Novak at NovakT4@michigan.gov.
Additional information on the RFI is available on the MAE website.
The MEO is responsible for administering the State Energy Program (SEP) authorized in the Federal Energy Policy and Conservation Act, as amended. Its mission is to provide technical and financial assistance to the public and private sectors to lower energy costs and reduce energy waste. Since it is largely funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, its incentives are subject to SEP guidelines (subchapter D – Energy Conservation, Part 420).
The new energy waste reduction programs will build upon the MEO’s existing programs that promote innovative energy waste reduction and renewable energy technologies.
For more information about MAE, please visit www.michigan.gov/energy.
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