The Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) funds projects at national laboratories, state and local governments, universities, nonprofit organizations, and private companies to improve the affordability, reliability, and domestic benefit of solar technologies on the grid. Learn more about SETO's work.

See our active and inactive projects in the map and database table below. You can sort the projects by program area, active/inactive status or funding program on the left. In the table, you can sort and filter the projects in additional ways. Click on the awardee name for detailed project information. Press the reset button on the map to clear your filters. Reports resulting from research projects can be found on the Office of Science and Technical Information (OSTI) website.

The database includes projects dating back to 2007. The data comes from project applications and documents following award negotiations with the Energy Department. This data is subject to change and is for general informational purposes only. SETO does not guarantee that the data is complete or free of error. If you have a question about any project information, email