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Implementation Grant Funding Opportunity Open
IMPORTANT: The grant program operates on a rolling basis and applications may be submitted at any time, with quarterly reviews.
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Implementation Grant Funding Opportunity Open
Qualifying* small and medium-sized US manufacturers, that received IAC or Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership assessments between 2018 and 2024, can now apply for grants for implementation of assessment recommendations up 50% of qualifying* project costs with a maximum of $300,000 per manufacturer.
IMPORTANT: The grant program now operates on a rolling basis and applications may be submitted at any time through the year, with quarterly reviews.
*See Full Grant Solicitation for full qualification and selection details.

Fact Sheets & Guidelines

IAC Centers: Identifying Energy Savings in Water and Wastewater Plants

The DOE is now offering up to 50 assessments per year to industrial or municipal water and wastewater plants.

IAC Quarterly Update - Spring 2014

Includes program results, highlights, and articles focusing on center assessment activities.

Download *hosted by the US DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office.

Online Tools & Related Websites

DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office: Software Tools

AMO’s tools help manufacturers increase industrial energy efficiency at the plant-level and in specific systems.

Link: https://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/software-tools
DOE-AMO Steam System Modeler Tool (SSMT)

The Steam Calculators provide a variety of steam related calculations and models with comprehensive calculation descriptions and details.

Link: https://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/articles/steam-system-modeler
ASU Combined Heat and Power Tool

This tool can be utilized for manufacturers to determine rough payback periods, capital costs, and annual savings for installing and running a Combined Heat and Power system.

Link: https://iac.engineering.asu.edu/tools/
DOE-AMO Better Plants

Leading manufacturers and industrial-scale energy-using organizations demonstrate their commitment to improving energy performance by signing a voluntary pledge to reduce their energy intensity by 25% over a ten year period.

Link: https://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/better-plants