Request for Information: Technologies that Decarbonize Commercial Buildings

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Energy dot gov Office of Energy Efficiency and renewable energy

Solar Energy Technologies Office 


On October 12, the U.S. Department of Energy and the General Services Administration issued a request for information for technologies that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from commercial buildings; are ready for evaluation in occupied, operational buildings; and have potential for equitable, wide adoption in the U.S. marketplace 

Proposed innovations will be evaluated for use in federally or privately owned facilities, or both. Applicants are encouraged to include novel financing approaches and/or business models in proposals.  

U.S.-manufactured technologies in one or more of these areas are of interest: 

  • High-Performance/Low-Carbon Building Technologies and Solutions  
  • Onsite Energy Generation and Storage Systems  
  • Carbon Reducing or Capture 

Register for the informational webinar on November 10 at 1 p.m. ET. 

Submit your proposals by December 7 at 5 p.m. ET and send your questions to