The Energy Innovation Grant Program (EIGP) supports a wide variety of energy projects related to energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage, energy planning, and more.
Each year, the Commission chooses eligible activities based on its energy priorities, emerging trends, and public input. To be informed of program developments and opportunities to participate, subscribe to docket 9709-FG-2022 using
Who is eligible to apply
Municipalities, Universities, Schools, Hospitals, and Like Entities (MUSH Market): cities, villages, towns, counties, K-12 school districts, tribes, municipal water and wastewater utilities, municipal electric utilities, municipal natural gas utilities, electric cooperatives, University of Wisconsin System campuses and facilities, Wisconsin Technical College System, public or nonprofit hospitals, and 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
Manufacturers as defined by Wis. Stat. § 77.51(7h)
Currently accepting applications|
The 2022 round closed on January 30, 2023.
Matching funds required|
No, but it is a priority factor
PSC Grants System
To apply for a PSC-administered grant, applicants must submit an application using the PSC Grants System. Use the application material below for details on grant eligibility, instructions on application responses, and required documentation when submitting an application in the PSC Grants System.