One of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) primary forums for helping state and local governments implement cost-effective and productive energy systems for American homes, communities, businesses, and industries is the Office of State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP).
SCEP includes programs focused on state and local governments: Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and State Energy Program (SEP); among others.
WAP and SEP provide funding and technical assistance to extend the capabilities of states, tribes, local governments, schools, and community-serving organizations to implement high-impact, self-sustaining clean energy projects that center the needs of low-income and disadvantaged communities and tangibly improve the lives of their citizens.
Each state is the decision maker and administrator for SEP and WAP program activities tailored to their unique resources, delivery and production capacity, and energy goals.
Learn more about U.S. state and territory energy efficiency and renewable energy activities by using the interactive map below.
The SCEP Project Map highlights the annual formula and competitive funding for WAP and SEP.