The Ohio Development Services Agency is the recipient of federal funding through the annual State Energy Program(SEP) , which is formula-based funding provided by the United States Department of Energy. Each state is allocated grant funding to address energy priorities such as adopting emerging renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. For more information on this federal program, please click here.
The Ohio Development Services Agency issues competitive solicitations that direct grant funding to education, outreach, technical assistance, and other services. The goals are to increase jobs, reduce energy use, and/or reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the increased adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies across Ohio.
When new bid opportunities are available, they will be posted here. Please check back often for updates on available State Energy Program opportunities.