The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) is the U.S. government’s primary clean energy technology organization. EERE works with many of America’s best innovators and businesses to support high-impact applied research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) activities in sustainable transportation, renewable power, and end-use energy efficiency. EERE implements a range of strategies aimed at reducing U.S. reliance on oil, saving American families and businesses money, creating jobs, and reducing pollution. EERE works to ensure that the clean energy technologies of today and tomorrow are not only invented in America, but also manufactured in America.

The FY 2017 briefing document provides information about what EERE does, why our work matters, and details about FY 2017 priorities and associated funding levels in each of EERE's technology areas. DOE's budget request includes the full justification of the FY 2017 budget request to Congress. EERE's detailed budget justification is included in Volume 3 of the Department's submission. The "At-a-Glance" materials provide two-page summaries specific to EERE's program areas.

DOE's FY 2017 Budget Justification

EERE's 2017 Fiscal Year Budget Request Briefing

Each of EERE's "At-a-Glance" materials: