1. Applicant Information

Program Summary: The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) Community Energy Management (CEM) program is designed to meet communities where ever they are in the energy management spectrum. Whether just getting started with energy management beginning with an energy audit,  implementing energy efficiency projects, or hiring an energy manager -  CEM is designed to help communities on the path to being energy efficient. This program is designed for local governments and public schools, with priority given to projects in Project Rising Tide, Coal Plant Closure, low-income communities, and to the U.P. Planning and Development Regions. Projects must assist in the assessment and implementation of energy efficiency projects and CEM Best Practices, either self-implementing or hiring a third-party vendor to complete selected projects. Priority will be for projects completed in public buildings. 

Eligibility Requirements 
Applicants must be from Michigan and one of the following:
   - Municipality/local government;
   - K-12 public school/university; 
   - Designated Planning & Development Regions

And and priority will be given for projects located in one of the following communities:
   - Project Rising Tide Community;
   - Coal Plant Closure Community;
   - A low-income community (Median Household Income <$38,000) or Upper Peninsula community

Application must be submitted by the applicant.

Project work must not have started before the date of this solicitation release.

Funding Amount: Maximum $25,000 per community. The Michigan Energy Office reserves the right to award additional funds for select projects on a case-by-case basis. Awards will be given on a first come first served basis until funding is depleted.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Applicant Identifying Information

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* 3. CEM Project Address (If different from organization address)

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* 4. Organization Type (select all that apply)

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