Renewable Energy-Village Energy Efficiency Program

The Renewable Energy-Village Energy Efficiency Program (RE-VEEP) expands on the Alaska Energy Authority’s (AEA) Village Energy Efficiency Program (VEEP), which was established to reduce per capita consumption through energy efficiency. RE-VEEP will award grants to eligible local governments within Alaska to finance building-scale renewable energy, energy efficiency, and conservation projects in public buildings and facilities located in rural Alaska. Through these types of projects, communities can reduce their energy consumption and costs.

2023 RE-VEEP Solicitation

Request for Applications (RFA) Documents

Informational Session and Q&A Files

Questions?

Grantee Documents

About RE-VEEP

With federal funds from the United States Department of Energy and using the VEEP framework, AEA will execute RE-VEEP. The total local sub-grant funding totals $2.6 million.

For more information about VEEP, click here.