Energy Resources for State, Local, and Tribal Governments
Identify GHG reduction measures for climate action plans
The Quantified Climate Action Measures Directory can help with climate action plan development by identifying the approaches existing plans have used to quantify GHG reduction measures and pointing toward the information in state or local planning documents that formed the basis for the measure’s directory entry.
Real world experience shapes the EPA State Energy and Environment Guide to Action
Want to reduce the energy and carbon footprints of your building?
Get started with EPA's Benchmarking and Building Performance Standards Policy Toolkit.
Learn More »
Stay in touch
Subscribe to our newsletters to learn about free tools, data, webinars, funding opportunities, and technical assistance.
Investing in energy strategies that lower emissions can be an effective way for state, local and tribal governments to achieve multiple goals: improving air quality and public health, strengthen their energy systems, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and saving money. EPA’s State and Local Climate and Energy Program offers free tools, data and technical expertise about energy strategies, including energy efficiency, renewable energy and other emerging technologies, to help state, local and tribal governments achieve their environmental, energy and economic objectives. While many of these resources were developed for state and local governments, tribes may also find them useful.
- Energy Savings and Impacts Scenario Tool (ESIST)
- AVoided Emissions and geneRation Tool
- CO-Benefits Risk Assessment Health Impacts Screening and Mapping Tool
- State Energy and Environment Guide to Action
- GHG Inventory Tools
View publications about energy efficiency, renewable energy, benefits quantification, state, local, and tribal policy and program design, financing, and more.
Sign up for newsletters about state, local, and tribal energy policy news, webinars, funding, and more.
Access webinars on energy efficiency and renewable energy policies and programs.