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The California Energy Commission has received $314.5 million for energy efficiency and renewable energy programs. The Energy Commission is administering four programs: the State Energy Program ($226 million), the Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant Program ($49.6 million), Appliance Rebate Program ($35.2 million), and Energy Assurance Planning ($3.6 million).
The Energy Commission is committed to five specific principles and priorities in awarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus funding for energy programs that will allow us to leverage more dollars, distribute the funds throughout the state more effectively, and be in alignment with the intent of the federal legislation.
Many of our program solicitations align with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Effient Conservation Block Grant competitive proposal issued October 2009 and the proposed Home Star® program.
Booklet: ARRA-Funded Energy Programs in California
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