Funding & Incentives
Application to apply for grants with Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition
If you would like to partner on future grant applications with Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition, projects may be submitted via a Project Submittal Form.
Incentives to utilize advanced vehicle technologies
SC Energy Office offers two-low interest loans for energy efficient improvements. These loans will allow for fleet energy sav¬ings such as vehicle conversions and anti-idling equipment in addition to the previously approved, traditional building energy savings measures.
ConserFund is a low-interest revolving loan program administered by the SC Energy Office for energy-efficiency improvements in state agencies, public colleges or universities, school districts, local governments, and private nonprofit organizations. For answers to commonly asked questions, please click here
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan (EERL)
The Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan (EERL) program was established through the US Department of Energy/South Carolina Energy Office using “stimulus” funding. It is administered by the Business Development Corporation (BDC) by contract with JEDA. The purpose of the loan fund is to enable business and industry to save money by saving energy. The fund is also open to other entities including utilities and government agencies. For answers to commonly asked questions, please click here