The following documents reflect the FY 2022 Department of Energy's Budget Request to Congress:


Summary Budget Documents

Detailed Budget Justification - Energy and Water Development Appropriations

  • Volume 1
    • National Nuclear Security Administration
    • Federal Salaries and Expenses
    • Weapons Activities
    • Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation
    • Naval Reactors
       
  • Volume 2
    • Other Defense Activities
    • Departmental Administration
    • Inspector General
    • Technology Transitions
    • Working Capital Fund
    • Crosscutting Activities
       
  • Volume 3 Part 1
    • Electricity
    • Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response
    • Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves
    • Strategic Petroleum Reserve
    • Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve
    • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
    • Southeastern Power Administration
    • Southwestern Power Administration
    • Western Area Power Administration
    • Bonneville Power Administration
       
  • Volume 3 Part 2
    • Nuclear Energy
    • Fossil Energy and Carbon Management
    • Indian Energy Policy and Programs
    • Advanced Tech. Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program
    • Title 17—Innovative Tech. Loan Guarantee Program
    • Tribal Energy Loan Guarantee Program
    • Energy Information Administration
    • Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy
    • Advanced Research Projects Agency Climate
    • Clean Energy Demonstrations
  • Volume 4
    • Science
       
  • Volume 5
    • Environmental Management

The full President's Budget can be found at whitehouse.gov, along with the details of the Department's request. This contains the Budget Message of the President, information on the President’s priorities, and summary tables.

Current DOE Spending can be found on USAspending.gov. USAspending is the official open data source of federal spending information. It tracks how federal money is spent in communities across America and beyond.