Energy Services support individuals, businesses, and communities by providing educational awareness as well as technical, financial, and referral assistance. Energy Services offers a variety of programs each year to catalyze growth and jumpstart Michigan entities in reaching their own energy goals.
If you buy an electric vehicle (EV), where do you charge it?
If you install an EV charger, will it get used?
Energy Services is working with businesses, townships, counties, cities and villages in the state to help them become EV ready.Learn More
The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and partners (electric utilities and applicant) is providing funding for qualified DCFC EV charging equipment, site preparation, equipment installation, networking fees and signage. EGLE will contribute one third of the cost (equipment only) to approved applicants enrolled in a utility EV Charger program. Applications will be processed on a first come, first basis until all the funding is exhausted.
The Agriculture and Rural Communities Energy Incentive Program offer financial incentives to farms, agribusinesses, public entities, and rural small businesses for energy related implementation projects, recommended from energy audits and assessments.
The Small Manufacturers Energy Waste Reduction Incentive Pilot (SMEWRIP) offers matching grants to small manufacturers located in Michigan to implement energy efficiency activities that can be completed between October 1, 2019 and July 31, 2020. The maximum award is $15,000 per company, with a minimum 100% match requirement. Awards will be given on a first come first serve basis with the objective of funding a highly diversified range of energy efficiency activities.
Energy Services is offering financial assistance for workshops, trainings, conferences, or other events that increase awareness of energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability technologies, applications, opportunities, and best practices in Michigan.