Listed below are DOEE's “open” grants, funding opportunities, and requests for applications and proposals (RFAs & RFPs) to fund various environmental projects. They appear with the most recent announced RFAs at the top. For those items that are closed, please see the archives page.
Notice of Funding Availability - GreenWrench Education Project
DOEE seeks an eligible entity to develop and execute an educational expansion of DOEE’s existing GreenWrench Technical Assistance Program to educate students enrolled in automotive technical programs, about pollution prevention and the District's environmental regulations. The amount available for the project is up to $45,600. The deadline for application submissions is February 3, 2020. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - 2020 Washington DC Electric Vehicle Grand Prix
DOEE seeks an applicant with expertise supporting students building and racing of single-person, lightweight, battery-powered electric cars. The total amount available for the program is approximately $80,000. The deadline for application submissions is January 21, 2020. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - Net-Zero Energy Project Design Assistance
DOEE seeks applications for early design assistance from eligible entities committed to pursuing net-zero energy building projects. Applicants may apply for up to $20,000 each. The total amount available for the program is approximately $100,000. The deadline for application submissions is January 27, 2020. Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - District of Columbia Transportation Electrification Roadmap
DOEE seeks an eligible entity to propose a way to create a Transportation Electrification Roadmap as required by Title V of the Clean Energy DC Omnibus Amendment Act of 2018 (CEDC Act). Read More>>
Notice of Funding Availability - Characterizing Utility Burden among Low- and Moderate-Income District Residents
DOEE seeks eligible entities to characterize the need for assistance paying electric, gas, and water bills among low- and moderate-income residents in the District of Columbia and to determine how various assistance programs offered by DOEE interact to meet that need so that low- and moderate-income residents can be better served. The amount available for this project is approximately $50,000. The deadline for application submissions is January 30, 2020. Read More>>
There are currently no open contracts.