Energy Services is committed to promoting healthy communities, economic growth, and environmental sustainability through Energy Efficiency (Energy Waste Reduction) and Renewable Energy.  Goals include:

  1. Engage stakeholders to inform and develop Michigan’s energy future that advance programs and policies to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy.
  2. Accelerate economic growth by encouraging investment to advance mobility, manufacturing and healthy communities. 
  3. Participate in lead-by-example initiatives to encourage energy waste reduction and environmental sustainability.
  4. Provide and support education to encourage energy literacy and the development of a vibrant energy workforce.
  5. Encourage the use and transparency of energy data to enable others to make better decisions.

 

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

  • Energy Services has State and Federal funding available for various energy related projects, such as energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy installations (non-residential), clean technology development, EV charger installations, as well as funding for research and reports. Applications and Requests for Proposals (RFP) are available throughout the year. 

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Community Energy Management

Overview

  • Energy Services assists, educates, and encourages Michigan communities to advance conservation and efficient use of energy resources so they may provide for a healthier environment and achieve greater energy security for future generations. To achieve this vision, we direct time and resources to work with citizen’s groups, local governments, public school systems, and other community-based entities through innovation, education, partnerships, and financial and technical assistance. By working together to deploy smarter energy choices we can reach the energy goals of our communities faster and more efficiently!

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Resources

  • Energy Services provides technical assistance and funding opportunities directly to communities for energy management. 

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Retired Engineer Technical Assistance Program

  • Retired engineers, scientists, and other professionals are available through the Retired Engineer Technical Assistance Program (RETAP) to assist small manufacturers in Michigan with pollution prevention, water conservation and energy efficiency. RETAP services are always objective and free of charge.

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Reports

Reports

  • Energy Roadmap

    EGLE Energy Services, with grant support from the U.S. Department of Energy, is working to create a stakeholder- and research-driven roadmap that aligns electric utility business interests and customer behavior with public policy goals. The project is directed by a multiagency steering committee, informed by a multisector stakeholder group, and supported with internal agency staff and external partners.

  • Clean Energy Manufacturing Roadmap

    The Clean Energy Roadmap is a collaborative effort between Michigan and Northeast Ohio to accelerate the region’s clean energy sector. The overall project goal was to identify and advance energy efficiency building technologies, products, services and clean energy manufacturing in the region.