Funding for the State Energy Program comes from a U.S. Department of Energy grant. It is managed by a unit in ADECA’s Energy Division known as the “Energy Efficiency and Renewables” unit.
The funding is utilized to plan and implement energy programs in Alabama that are designed to achieve national energy goals such as lowering energy costs and consumption, decreasing reliance on imported energy, reducing impacts of energy production and use on the environment and to increase energy security and reliability.
Programs are conducted in the areas of building energy codes, industrial energy efficiency, energy education, renewable fuels, performance contracting and alternative transportation fuels.
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