The Energy Auditor Training (EAT) Grant Program is designed to provide grants to eligible states to train individuals to conduct energy audits or surveys of commercial and residential buildings to build the clean energy workforce, save customers money on their energy bills, and reduce pollution from building energy use.

Download the Energy Auditor Training Grant Program fact sheet.

Read the press release Biden-Harris Administration Announces $40 Million to Train the Clean Energy Workforce, read the Funding Opportunity Announcement and view the January 17, 2024 webinar recording reviewing EAT and the FOA here.

Overview

Office:

State and Community Energy Programs

New Program:

Yes

Funding amount:

$40,000,000

Funding Mechanism:

Grants

Recipients:

States

Period of Availability:

Available until expended

More Information

A) To cover any cost associated with individuals being trained or certified to conduct energy audits by— (i) the State; or (ii) a State-certified third-party training program; and (B) to pay the wages of a trainee during the period in which the trainee receives training and certification.

  • View the January 17, 2024 webinar recording reviewing EAT and the FOA here.
  • Concept papers are due on March 28, 2024, at 5 p.m. ET.
  • Applications are due on June 28, 2024, at 5 p.m. ET. 

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