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FY 2014 Federal Energy Efficiency Programs Funding

On June 27, 2013, the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill for FY 2014 was reported out of the Senate Committee on Appropriations.  The Alliance to Save Energy developed a table identifying budget items pertinent to energy efficiency, comparing Senate, House of Representatives, and Administration requested budgets with recent years’ appropriations for selected programs.  Click here to download the funding chart.

Updated July 16, 2013

FY 2014 Federal Energy Efficiency Programs Funding – House of Representatives and Senate, Energy and Water Appropriations

(Millions of Dollars)

Program (chart only includes program highlights)1FY12
Enacted
FY13
Request
FY13FY14
Request
FY14
Senate
E&W
FY14
House

 
Change
from FY14
Request
Change
from
FY13
Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Office (Energy and Water Appropriations)
Building Technologies220.000310.000218.685300.000224.00065.300-78%-70%
Equipment Standards & Analysis51.246281.50023 5  
Building Energy Codes8.5009.750 3    
Energy Star (DOE)7.0007.000 3    
Residential Buildings Integration31.28235.872 24.390    
Commercial Buildings Integration31.91361.079 36.570    
Energy Innovation Hub: Buildings24.30024.238 24.3000   
Solid State Lighting R&D25.83224.238 25.800 25.8000 
Building Envelope R&D15.47221.329 8.000    
Small Combined Heat & Power     6.000  
Advanced Manufacturing116.000290.000115.307365.000215.985120.000-67%4%
Industrial Technical Assistance17.73031.000 27.500    
Combined Heat & Power24.175  0 20.000  
Steel Process Improvement     4.205  
Vehicle Technologies330.000420.000328.027575.000415.000205.000-64%-38%
Federal Energy Management30.00032.00030.074 436.00030.0000-100%-100%
State Energy Program50.00049.00049.70157.00053.00012.000-79%-76%
Weatherization Assistance68.000139.00067.593184.000190.00077.111-58%14%
TOTAL Above EERE Programs814.0001240.000809.3871517.0001127.985479.411-68%-41%
Related DOE Programs
Race to the Top - Energy   200.000    
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells104.00080.000103.374100.000100.00065.000-35%-37%
Electricity R&D99.490103.40099.490119.40099.40064.000-46%-36%
ARPA-E275.000350.000264.470379.000379.00070.000-82%-74%
EIA Energy Consumption Surveys8.03910.620 10.659    
Environmental Protection Agency (Interior Appropriations)
Energy Star (EPA)49.66853.87250.24952.915    

 


[1]These are appropriated amounts, except italicized funding levels were determined by DOE or EPA. Actual spending is reduced mostly by a mandated transfer of 2.65% of extramural R&D funds for SBIR/STTR.  Funding levels adjusted to reflect current organization.

[2]Bars use of funds to implement or enforce standards on light bulbs and some incandescent reflector lamps.

[3]Proposes total of $82 million for appliance standards, codes, and Energy Star, a 23% increase from FY 2012 enacted but 17% below the FY 2013 request.

[4]FY13 annualized for full year continuing resolution, may not reflect roughly 5% sequester.

[5]Bars use of funds to enforce light bulb efficiency standards and to work on ceiling fan efficiency standards.