Funding and Financial Resources
Funding and financing resources for state, local and tribal governments and private and public stakeholders.
- DOE’s Funding & Financing page provides funding information for all-of-the-above energy resources, research, development and technology to market.
- Federal Finance Tools for Energy Efficiency Upgrades and Clean Energy Deployment
- Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Funding Opportunity Exchange
DOE Technical Assistance provides resources and technical assistance to inform your state, local, and tribal energy policies, programs, and projects. The Department of Energy can help!
Energy By State
EIA State Portal
The Energy Information Agency’s State Portal allows you to view your state’s energy profile, rank and energy estimates.
Climate Vulnerabilities and Impacts
Check out the Climate Vulnerabilities Map that illustrates these impacts by state.
Energy Savings and Emergency Preparedness
Be prepared for an Energy Emergency. The Department of Energy offers resources and guidance that can help you, when possible, recover power, fuel, and natural gas more quickly, and protect your home, business, and community from future energy disasters.
EERE Publication and Product Library
The EERE Publication and Product Library enables federal, state, and local governments, businesses, and nonprofit organizations to discover a plethora of helpful resources, including energy-saving tips, energy papers, presentations, and guides, through its searchable database.
DOE’s handy Energy Saver Guide provides tips on saving money and energy at home.
Water Energy Nexus
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released a new report that frames an integrated challenge and opportunity space around the water-energy nexus for DOE and its partners and lays the foundation for future efforts. Present day water and energy systems are tightly intertwined. Water is used in all phases of energy production and electricity generation. Energy is required to extract, convey, and deliver water of appropriate quality for diverse human uses. For more information, visit www.energy.gov/waterenergy or contact the Water-Energy Tech Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.