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Mayor Annise Parker


The Energy Efficiency Incentive Program, an initiative recently launched by the Green Office Challenge, will demonstrate the utility cost savings achievable from the use of energy saving retrofits and/or operating methods in Houstonā€™s commercial office buildings. The City of Houston will commit approximately $2 million from its Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) as seed funding for the program. Eligible businesses and building owners may apply for funding to make permanent energy efficiency improvements to reduce utility expenses and greenhouse gases.

The Energy Efficiency Incentive Program will demonstrate the utility cost savings achievable from the use of energy saving retrofits and/or operating methods. Green Office Challenge participants may apply for funding to make permanent energy efficiency improvements to reduce utility expenses and greenhouse gases. The City will provide incentives to offset a portion of the up-front implementation costs (labor and materials), with the incentive ranging up to $500,000 maximum per building upon completion of the project. At least 60% of the total grant incentive awards will be set aside for projects under $500,000.

Please review the rest of this website for more information about eligibility requirements. Thank you for your interest in helping Houston's commercial sector become more energy efficient!

  

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

        

 

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