Energy Auditor Training Grant Program (State Energy Program) - American Cities Climate Challenge

Energy Auditor Training Grant Program (State Energy Program)

Federal Agency

Sub-Department

Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)

Purpose

To provide grants to eligible States to train individuals to conduct energy audits or surveys of commercial and residential buildings to build the clean energy workforce, save customers money on their energy bills, and reduce pollution from building energy use.

Applicant and/or Project Eligibility Requirements

Eligible states will have a demonstrated need for assistance for training energy auditors. Funds may cover any costs associated with individuals being trained or certified to conduct energy audits by the State or a State-certified third-party training program. Funds may also pay the wages of a trainee during the period in which they receive training and certification.

Decarbonization Considerations

Well-trained energy auditors are necessary to identify opportunities for energy and emissions reductions and to verify that retrofits are successful.

Equity Considerations

Training programs can focus on underserved communities, providing people with high-road jobs in an evolving, in-demand field. Consider working with existing workforce training, labor, and community college programs.

Helpful Tips

Maximum funding of $2,000,000 is limited on a per state basis.

Other Notes

N/A

Deadline (Announced or Anticipated)

TBA

Funding Available

$40,000,000

Max Award Amount

$2,000,000

Expected Allocations

TBA

Average Award (Estimated)

TBA

Matching Funds

TBA

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