The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) invests in research and development to lower the cost of clean energy technologies, protect the private sector from financial risk, and ensure an equitable transition to a decarbonized economy.
Funding is awarded through an open, competitive process hosted primarily on the EERE Funding Opportunity eXCHANGE. Project selections are merit-based with an emphasis on potential energy, environmental, and economic benefits.
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Funding, Prize, and Competition Opportunities
Below are the current open EERE funding opportunities. Visit EERE Exchange to see past opportunities.
Requests for Information
Below are the current open EERE requests for information (RFI). Visit EERE Exchange to see past RFIs.
|National Definition of a Zero Emissions Building: Part 1 Operating Emissions (Version 1.00), Draft Criteria
|Offshore Wind National and Regional Research and Development Priorities
Notices of Intent
Below are the current open EERE notices of intent. Visit EERE Exchange to see past opportunities.
|Notice of Intent to Issue: Funding Opportunity Announcement "WASTE: Waste Analysis and Strategies for Transportation End-uses"
|Notice of Intent to Issue: Funding Opportunity Announcement "FY24 VTO R&D FOA"
|Notice of Intent to Issue: Funding Opportunity Announcement: "Mixed Algae Conversion Research Opportunity (MACRO)"
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is the largest investor in clean energy technology development in the U.S. Government. During the Biden Administration, EERE has published FOAs totaling over $3.8 billion and has selected promising proposals to receive more than $884 million in awards.