State Energy Program

The State Energy Program (SEP) provides financial assistance and technical support to Georgia's energy efficiency and renewable energy programs.

Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, the SEP supports energy programs in the areas of agriculture and industry, building energy efficiency, government and public facilities, and renewable energy and alternative fuels.

The SEP is currently funding these programs and initiatives in Georgia:

Charge Georgia

Charge Georgia provides a rebate to Georgia colleges, universities and technical colleges; state agencies and authorities; and cities and counties to install alternating current (AC) Level II and direct current quick charging (DCQC) electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Click here to learn more.

Technical Assistance Program for Schools (TAPS)

Designed for K-12 schools in Georgia, TAPS helps school districts develop an energy management program. Click here to learn more.

GEFA also provides scholarships for K-12 and higher education building maintenance operators to receive the nationally-accredited Building Operator Certification® (BOC) training. For more information, contact Andrea Schroer at 404-584-1137.