Energy Services provides incentives in the form of sponsorships, rebates, grants and loans for energy related projects. Eligible applicants range from communities, K-12 public schools, manufacturing, agriculture and rural business sectors, and other public entities depending on the program.
Activities for these programs may include, but are not limited to, benchmarking, Energy Star certification of public facilities, training, sponsorships, guidance documents, and energy project implementation. These activities encourage cost effective energy upgrades that reduce operating costs for building owners, support community development and local job creation, and free up capital for long-term reinvestment in communities and businesses.
EGLE Energy Services is offering grants to entities to establish Michigan Clean Energy Assets Roadmaps for renewable energy (i.e. wind, solar and geothermal) and clean energy technology development.
This program assists Michigan K-12 public schools with recommendations to reduce infectious aerosol transmission via the heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.
The Small Manufacturers Energy Waste Reduction Incentive Pilot (SMEWRIP) offers matching grants to small manufacturers located in Michigan to implement energy efficiency activities. 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.
Community Energy Management (CEM) Program offers financial incentives directly to communities to improve energy management and accelerate the transition to energy efficiency and renewable energy.
The Charge Up Michigan Program is an EV Charger Placement project that aims to build the infrastructure for DC fast charging stations in the state of Michigan to ensure feasibility of all long distance trips for electric vehicle (EV) users, within the state, and also to neighboring states and Canada.
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.
The Michigan Match Assistance Pilot Program provides cost share support to eligible Michigan businesses that were awarded a federal clean energy technology development grant. Approximately $100,000 in cost share support will be available each year. Individual awards cannot exceed $25,000 annually, and EGLE’s commitment cannot exceed three years. MMAPP grants require a minimum 200 percent (2:1) match of the total requested cost share support, which may be in-kind.
EGLE Energy Services will partner with municipalities across the State that are replacing their fleets with electric vehicles.
EGLE Energy Services is offering financial assistance to entities to analyze current policies, programs, and opportunities related to energy storage in Michigan.
EGLE Energy Services is offering grants to established Michigan 2030 Districts (Ann Arbor, Detroit and Grand Rapids) to help each district meet the 50% reduction in energy, water and transportation related emissions.
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 Building Operator Certification Incentive provides a $400 registration credit to eligible public and non-profit building operators attending the BOC training. Please contact email@example.com to find out more. To find out more about BOC training, schedules, and locations in Michigan, visit the BOC Michigan website.
Energy Star Certification Incentives will assist eligible public education facilities that are benchmarked in Energy Star Portfolio Manager to become certified.
The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) is offering a technical assistance grant to work with wastewater and water facilities to optimize pumps, motors, blowers, process controllers, flow monitors, etc. using material developed through U.S. DOE’s wastewater and water infrastructure accelerator program. The MEO hopes to share resources and lessons learned from DOE’s wastewater and water infrastructure accelerator program.
The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) is offering a grant to deliver combined heat and power (CHP) feasibility studies and training to end-users in Michigan likely to significantly benefit from the implementation of CHP at their facilities. A total of $50,000 in funding is expected to be available, with a minimum 100% match requirement. Projects must be completed by September 30, 2019.
The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) through its Cleantech Product Launch Program (MI CPLP) is providing grant funds to Hardware Accelerators to help small businesses move their cleantech ideas from prototype to the marketplace.
Energy Services continually seeks comments, suggestions and ideas from stakeholders related to programming for energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) in Michigan. These programs may include:
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Energy Services' mission is to provide technical and financial assistance to public and private sector entities to lower energy costs, reduce energy waste and increase renewable energy. Incentives offered through the State Energy Program are funded through the U.S. Department of Energy and are subject to federal guidelines. (See Federal Energy Policy and Conservation Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 6321 et seq. subchapter D - Energy Conservation, Part 420).