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Through its partnerships with state and territory energy offices, the State Energy Program (SEP) collects annual cost, energy savings, and other related non-energy benefits that come from its financial and technical assistance to states. These states routinely use SEP funding and technical assistance as a starting point, adding their own funds and leveraging investments from the private sector for energy projects. Learn about the latest SEP Success Stories

Graphic showing energy and cost savings from the State Energy Program.

Graphic showing SEP funding and results.


Read the following publications for more in-depth information about SEP’s impacts.