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Last modified on April 30, 2011.

Financial Incentive Program

Place Oklahoma

Name Community Energy Education Management Program
Incentive Type State Loan Program
Applicable Sector Local Government
Active Incentive Yes
Implementing Sector State/Territory
Energy Category Renewable Energy Incentive Programs, Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs
Amount Varies by project, averages 60,000 per applicant

Funding Source Oil overcharge restitution funds

Maximum Incentive 150,000

Program Budget $1 million

Terms 3% interest rate for up to six years
Program Administrator Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Website http://www.okcommerce.gov/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=339&Itemid=425

References DSIRE[1]

Incentive Contact

Contact Name Carolyn Sullivan
Department Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Division State Energy Office
Address 900 North Stiles
Address 2 P.O. Box 26980
Place Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Zip/Postal Code 73126-0980
Phone (405) 815-5347

Email carolyn_sullivan@okcommerce.gov
Website http://www.okcommerce.gov/energy

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce offers a revolving loan fund for local governments to make energy efficient improvements to government buildings. All eligible projects should increase energy efficiency, reduce energy consumption, project a positive return on investment and be paid back within six years of the loan award. Funds from this program can be used to pay for a technical assistance report/audit, energy conservation measures and operation and maintenance procedures that would contribute to overall reduced energy consumption.

Generally, the loans will not be more than $150,000, and the average loan amount is around $60,000. An eligible local government may have only one active loan open at any time.

More information, including guidelines and an application, are available at the program website above.


  1.  "Database for Renewables & Efficiency"