DOE Announces $13 Million for Energy Efficient Federal Buildings

On December 1st, the U.S Department of Energy (DOE) announced that $13 million in funding would be allocated to 17 projects that increase electrical efficiency, water use efficiency, and climate resilience at federal facilities. These projects aim to save $30 million annually on water and electricity bills while reducing emissions by over 200,000 metric tons. Energy performance contracts, funding through the Assisting Federal Facilities with Energy Conservation Technologies (AFFECT) 2021 Federal Agency Call, and utility energy service contracts will all be leveraged to make the goals of these projects a reality.

Energy conservation efforts like these are ecologically and financially beneficial investments. To learn about the energy savings opportunities available to you and your commercial property, contact us at info@360eg.com for an energy audit.