The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, or "Recovery Act," awarded the Office of Energy Efficiency (EERE) $16.8 billion for its programs and initiatives. This site details EERE's funding and how it is being spent, while providing advice for organizations that are applying for or presently receiving Recovery Act funding.
A more detailed description of the act and how its funding is being spent can be seen on the Recovery.gov.
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To see how the Department of Energy is using all of its Recovery Act funding, see the U.S. Department of Energy's Recovery Act Web site.
Recovery Act-Funded Projects
For information about how Recovery Act funding is being spent in each individual state, see the U.S. Department of Energy's state map.
The funding numbers listed on this Web site are subject to negotiation and may have changed.
Energy Efficiency Projects
These are the funds that have been made available for EERE's energy efficiency research, development, and outreach projects.
|High-Efficiency Solid-State Lighting Development and Manufacturing||$46.2 million|
|Advanced Energy-Efficient Building Technologies and Commercial Building Training Programs||$74.64 million|
|Federal Energy Management Program||$21.73 million|
|Information and Communications Technology (Data Centers)||$47.02 million|
|Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects||$160.1 million|
|Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants||$2.8 billion|
|State Energy Program||$3.1 billion|
|Weatherization Assistance Program||$4.98 billion|
|Heavy-Duty Truck and Passenger Vehicle Efficiency||$106.06 million|
|Alternative Fueled Vehicles Pilot Grant Program (Clean Cities)||$298.5 million|
|Advanced Battery and Electric Drive Component Manufacturing Grants||$1.99 billion|
|Transportation Electrification Projects||$386.23 million|
|Small Business Clean Energy Innovation Projects||$20.3 million|
Renewable Energy Projects
These are the funds that were allotted to EERE's renewable energy research, development, and outreach programs.
|Advanced Biofuels Research and Fueling Infrastructure||$106.89 million|
|Advanced Biorefinery Projects||$591.14 million|
|Geothermal Energy Projects||$368.24 million|
|Fuel Cell Market Transformation||$41.55 million|
|Concentrating Solar Power||$24.13 million|
|High-Penetration Solar Deployment||$42.05 million|
|Photovoltaic Systems Development||$50.67 million|
|Hydropower Infrastructure||$30.63 million|
Tax Credits, Grants, and Rebates
Several sections of the Recovery Act provide funding for tax credits, grants, or rebates.
The following EERE Recovery Act funding was allotted to DOE's national laboratories.
|Advanced Energy Technology Facilities at National Laboratories||$104.77 million|
|Facility and Infrastructure Improvements at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory||$144 million|