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Program Guidelines and Operational Procedures

The purpose of these guidelines is to define procedures relating to the Cool Switch Low Impact Refrigerant Program (Cool Switch). The goal in establishing these guidelines is to provide a streamlined procedure for administering and distributing program funds. These guidelines provide rules of practice and procedures for grant applications and disbursement of grants for


Program Guidelines and Operational Procedures

This page presents the program guidelines and operational procedures for the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF), which provides rebates to support non-residential facilities in replacing aging and inefficient equipment and systems with energy efficient alternatives. Contents
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About the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund

This is a collection of questions and answers about the Delaware Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). If you have questions on program eligibility, the application process or need help completing the application, email DCCE.EnergyRebates@NV5.com or call 802-482-5645. Please refer to the program guidelines for more details for the specific pathway requirements and


Energy Efficiency Investment Fund

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) administers Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF) rebates to support non-residential facilities in replacing aging and inefficient equipment and systems with energy efficient alternatives.

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Application Assistance 802-482-5645 All Other Questions 302-735-3480



EEIF Participating Contractors

This page lists contractors who are available and qualified to develop and complete projects funded under the Delaware Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). To be considered as a participating contractor, firms must complete an application listing their areas of expertise and documenting their Delaware and professional licensing and insurance. Applications must be


Cool Switch Low Impact Refrigerant Program

The Cool Switch Low Impact Refrigerant Program’s goal is to incentivize the use of refrigerants with lower Global Warming Potential impacts.

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Chloe Hennig Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy 302-735-3480
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Energy Efficiency Resource Standards Workgroup

The Energy Efficiency Resource Standards (EERS) Workgroup came together in 2009 to assist the planning process and implementation of energy reduction objectives and quantitative targets for Delaware. The workgroup submitted its report to the Secretary of DNREC in June of 2011. Background The workgroup was established in the Energy Conservation and Efficiency


Energy Efficiency

The DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy supports energy efficiency and conservation programs that help reduce energy use and its impact on the state’s environment and public health. Every investment in energy efficiency helps increase productivity and profits for business, reduces the production of harmful greenhouse gasses, lowers energy costs, and improves the value


Building Energy Codes

Delaware has adopted national and international energy conservation standards to guide statewide rules and regulations for the building sector.
Delaware Energy Code Support Hotline Call us at 1-877-494-1333 or email your questions
DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal and


Evaluation, Measurement and Verification

Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification (EM&V) is the process by which energy professionals make sure energy efficiency programs and projects are saving energy and money as they were designed to. It helps energy professionals assess how programs are working, and decide what energy-saving strategies to pursue in the future. DNREC develops the regulations that guide EM&V


Energy Efficiency Advisory Council Meetings

Meetings of the Energy Efficiency Advisory Council and its subcommittees are posted on the Delaware Public Meeting Calendar. Collected meeting materials are posted here for council members and the public. 2023 Meetings

January 11, 2023 -- Energy Access and Equity Collaborative Workgroup

January 17, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

January 18, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

April 11, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

April 12, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

April 25, 2023 -- Energy Access and Equity Collaborative Workgroup

June 6, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

July 25, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

July 26, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

August 9, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

October 10, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

October 11, 2023 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

2022 Meetings

January 11, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

January 12, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

April 12, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

April 13, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

June 29, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

July 12, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

July 13, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

October 11, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council EM&V Workgroup

October 12, 2022 -- Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

Earlier Meetings


The Delaware Energy Efficiency Advisory Council

The Delaware Energy Efficiency Advisory Council (EEAC) helps Delawareans reduce energy loss and cost through energy efficiency programs. The EEAC is a collaborative panel of representatives that develops statewide programs to increase energy efficiency, reduce energy usage, and lower consumer energy costs.

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